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					Academic Programs
Registered Programs
   The programs offered are registered by the State Education
Department and State University of New York. Enrollment in other
than a registered program may jeopardize a student's eligibility for
financial aid.*
* New York State Education Department, Office of Higher Education and the Professions,
Cultural Education Center, Room 5B28, Albany, New York 12230 (518) 474-5851



          Registered Programs                                                            Award Hegis #        Page #
          Accounting                                                                     AS        5002        64-65
          Accounting                                                                     AAS       5002        66-67
          Accounting Procedures                                                          Cert.     5002        68-69
          Architectural Technology                                                       AAS       5317        70-71
          Business Administration                                                        AS        5004        72-73
          Business Management                                                            AAS       5004        74-75
          Business Studies                                                               Cert.     5001.0      76-77
          Clerical Office Assistant                                                      Cert.     5005        78-79
          Computer Information Technology (CIT)–Networking                               AAS       5101        80-81
          Computer Information Technology (CIT)–Web Development                          AAS       5101        82-83
          Computer Science                                                               AS        5101        84-85
          Criminal Justice                                                               AS        5505        80687
          Criminal Justice-Police                                                        AAS       5505        88-89
          Cyber Security                                                                 AAS       5199        90-91
          Dental Hygiene                                                                 AAS       5203        92-93
          Early Childhood Development & Care                                             AAS       5503        94-95
          Early Childhood Development & Care                                             Cert.     5003        96-97
          Electrical Technology–Telecommunications                                       AAS       5310        98-99
          Engineering Science                                                            AS        5609      100-101
          Exercise Studies                                                               AS        5299.30   102-103
          Honors Program                                                                                     104-105
          Human Services                                                                 AS        5501      106-107
          International Studies                                                          AA        5622      108-109
          Jointly Registered Teacher Education Program (JRTEP)
            (Liberal Arts and Science)                                                   AA        5649      110-115
          Jointly Registered Teacher Education Program (JRTEP)
            (Liberal Arts and Science)                                                   AS        5649      116-119
          Law Enforcement/Security                                                       Cert.     5505      120-121
          Liberal Arts: Humanities & Social Science                                      AA        5649      122-123
          Liberal Arts: Individual Studies                                               AS        5699      124-125
          Liberal Arts & Sciences/
            Mathematics & Natural Science                                                AS        5649      126-127
          Marketing                                                                      AAS       5004      128-129
          Medical Laboratory Technology                                                  AAS       5205      130-131
          Medical Office Assistant                                                       AAS       5005      132-133
          Nursing                                                                        AAS       5208.10   134-137
          Occupational Therapy Assistant                                                 AAS       5210      138-139
          Office Technologies                                                            AAS       5005      140-141
          Performing Arts: Music                                                         AAS       5610      142-143
          Physical Therapist Assistant                                                   AAS       5219      144-145
          Radiologic Technology                                                          AAS       5207      146-147
          Teaching Assistant                                                             Cert.     5101      148-149
          Visual Communications Technology: Graphic Arts/Printing                        AAS       0590      150-151
          SUNY General Education Course Listing                                                              152-153
          Guide for Social Science Requirement                                                                   154
          Non-SUNY Elective Categories                                                                           155

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                                                         Degrees / General Degree Requirements

Associate Degrees                                        General Degree Requirements
  Orange County Community College operates                 The following academic standards apply to all first
under the supervision of the State University of New     degrees:
York and is authorized by the Board of Regents of          • 6 credits of Freshman English
the University of the State of New York to award
three degrees—the Associate in Arts (A.A.), the            • 2 credits of Physical Education (including PES
Associate in Science (A.S.), and the Associate in              100 Concepts of Physical Wellness) in addition to
Applied Science (A.A.S.).                                      60 credit hours
  The Associate in Arts and the Associate in Science       • Achievement of at least an overall “C” average
degrees are designed for students who intend to                (CQPA of 2.00)
transfer to four-year colleges or universities. The        • 30 of the total number of required credits must be
Associate in Applied Science degree is awarded in              taken at SUNY Orange
professional/technical fields and is designed to           • For all A.A.S. degree programs, students are also
prepare the graduate for the demands of the world of           required to achieve at least an overall “C” average
work.                                                          (CQPA of 2.00) in their professional/technical
                                                               major
One-Year Certificate Programs                              Each of the degrees must meet the minimum
                                                         requirements as set forth by New York State
  Orange County Community College also offers a          Education Law. These include at least 60 credit hours
number of one-year certificate programs. They are        of study of which 45 credits must be in the liberal
designed to develop job-entry skills at the collegiate   arts for the A.A. degree, 30 credits for the A.S. degree
level.                                                   and 20 credits for the A.A.S.
                                                            Students who take most of their courses at an
                                                         extension center must complete a minimum of one
                                                         course on the Middletown campus in order to be
                                                         eligible for graduation. An online learning course
                                                         cannot be substituted for this. Students may
                                                         complete no more than 30 of their credits online, as
                                                         the College does not offer any complete degrees
                                                         online.
                                                            The degree earned depends upon the educational
                                                         and career goals of the individual. Each of the
                                                         degrees offered at SUNY Orange is listed by degree
                                                         title on the pages that follow with a description of
                                                         the purpose, goals and specific course requirements.




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Accounting
Degree Awarded: Associate in Science
Accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
7007 College Boulevard, Suite 420, Overland Park, KS, 66211

Recommended Course Sequence                                         Program Description
                                                                      The Associate in Science degree program in Accounting
     First Semester                        Credits                  prepares graduates to continue their education in
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                  3                  accounting or finance at a four-year college or university.
     ________ Restricted SUNY Elective*          3
                                                                      Sudents learn the accounting cycle including preparation
     MAT ___ Math Course**                    3/4
                                                                    of financial statements in accordance with GAAP. Special
     OFT 106 Keyboarding***                      1
                                                                    projects teach analytical skills through finding, extracting
     ACC 153 Financial Accounting                4
                                                                    and evaluating financial information to make sound
     BUS 161 Computer Applications for
                                                                    decisions. Students use Excel extensively to solve a variety
              Business****                       3
                                                                    of accounting problems. The Financial Accounting
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness       1
                                                                    Research System (FARS) database is introduced so that
     Second Semester                                                students can learn to research complex accounting issues,
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2               3                     thus preparing them for both the CPA exam and
     ________ Restricted SUNY Elective*       3                     professional practice as an accountant. Students may also
     MAT ___ Math Course                  **3/4                     complete an internship course which gives them the
     ECO 201 Macro-Economics                  3                     opportunity to build their resume and earn college credits.
     ACC 154 Managerial Accounting            4                       Students entering the workforce after completing a
     PES ____ Physical Education              1                     baccalaureate degree in accounting benefit from a strong
     Third Semester                                                 demand for accountants. Employment opportunities
     ECO 202 Micro-Economics                  3                     include positions in public accounting firms, private and
     ________ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3/4                       public companies, government and not-for-profit agencies.
     BUS 201 Business Law 1                   3                     Most will achieve the professional Certified Public
     ACC 205 Accounting w/ Micro. Appl. or                          Accountant (CPA) designation and many pursue graduate
                                                                    degrees.
     BUS 205 Business Statistics              3
     ACC 201 Intermediate Accounting 1        4
     Fourth Semester                                                Admission Criteria
     ________ Restricted SUNY Elective*       3                        Admission to this program requires that students be high
     MKT 101Marketing or                                            school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
     MGT 201Principles of Management          3                     (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
     BUS 202 Business Law 2                   3                     may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
     ACC 202 Intermediate Accounting 2        4                     Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
     BUS 203 Business Communications          3                     eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
                                                                    details on the admission process for all applicants.)
                                    Total Credits: 67-70              Developmental courses should be completed before
                                                                    students attempt the courses in this program. Since College
     ACC 220 Accounting Internship+                         3       Algebra and Trigonometry are required sequences, students
                                                                    placing into lower levels are required to complete these
                                                                    prior to attempting College Algebra and Trigonometry.
     * Select from three different SUNY lists; do not duplicate:      Students entering this A.S. program should have
       American History (GE 4), Western Civilization (GE 5),        successfully completed three or more years of college
       Other/World Civilization (GE 6), Arts (GE 8), Foreign
       Language (GE 9).                                             preparatory math and have an overall high school average
     **Select one of the following pairs:                           of 75 or above.
       (MAT 121 and MAT 122) (MAT 122 and MAT 205)
       (MAT 131 and MAT 205) (MAT 205 and MAT 206)
     *** Students with sufficient keyboarding ability who pass
       the keyboarding waiver exam will fulfill this requirement;     This degree has been approved by ACBSP and SUNY
       they do not need to replace the 1 credit.                    NYS Education Department for online distance learning
     + This course is an additional, optional course and does not   delivery. This does not mean that SUNY Orange offers
       replace any other course in this program.                    every course in the program online; however, many are
     ****formerly CIT 101 Microcomputer Applications                offered in this format. Please check the current credit
                                                                    course schedule for online DL virtual course listings
                                                                    offered each semester.



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                                                                                           Accounting
                                                                       Degree Awarded: Associate in Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                               Career Opportunities
  Students will:                                                             • CPA (certified public
• demonstrate knowledge of the accounting cycle, including                     accountant)
  preparation of financial statements in accordance with                     • CMA (certified management
  Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).                             accountant)
• demonstrate analytical skills through finding, extracting and              • financial analyst
  evaluating financial information to make sound business                    • financial planner
  decisions.
• create and edit Excel spreadsheets to solve various accounting
  problems.
• research answers to accounting problems using a research
  database (FARS).
• explain the purpose and responsibilities of the professional          Transfer Opportunities
  accountant in the business community.
• express business information effectively in both oral and written            SUNY Orange has special
  form.                                                                      relationships with upper-level
• learn critical thinking skills through an analytical business              colleges and universities for
  report project.                                                            transfer.
                                                                               These transfer institutions
                                                                             include:
                                                                             • Franklin University
                                                                             • Marist College
                                                                             • Mercy College
                                                                             • Mount St. Mary College
                                                                             • Pace University
                                                                             • Ramapo College
                                                                             • SUNY Albany
                                                                             • SUNY Cortland
                                                                             • SUNY Empire State College
                                                                             • SUNY Institute of
                                                                               Technology
                                                                             • SUNY New Paltz




                                                                        Contact Information
                                                                                 Business Department Chair
                                                                                          341-4411
                                                                                     Admissions Office
                                                                                       (845) 341-4030




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 Accounting
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science
Accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
7007 College Boulevard, Suite 420, Overland Park, KS, 66211

Recommended Course Sequence                                          Program Description
                                                                       The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
     First Semester                                   Credits        Accounting prepares graduates to begin their careers
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                               3      assisting accountants as full-charge bookkeepers, junior
                                                                     accountants, accounting clerks or office managers in the
     MAT ___ Mathematics                                      3      private, public or government sectors.
     BUS 101 Business Math                                    3
     BUS 103 Introduction to Business                         3        Students take a sequence of accounting coursework
     ACC 101 Accounting Principles 1                          4      including Accounting Principles 1 and 2, Income Tax
     OFT 106 Keyboarding*                                     1      Procedures, Accounting with Microcomputer Applications
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness                    1      and Accounting Practice. With computer software,
                                                                     students learn to use correct accounting procedures
     Second Semester                                                 through the accounting cycle. Special Excel spreadsheet
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2                               3      and QuickBooks projects are provided to enhance the
     MAT ___ Mathematics                                      3      understanding of real world applications.
     BUS 161 Computer Applications for                                 The accounting assistant provides bookkeeping
              Business***                                     3      capabilities to a variety of employers through such
     BUS 105 Business & Society                               3      responsibilities as accounts receivable/payable, payroll,
     ACC 102 Accounting Principles 2                          4      balance sheets, and income statements, billing, and bank
     PES ___ Physical Education                               1      statement reconciliation.
     Third Semester
     _______ Social Science Elective                          3      Admission Criteria
     BUS 201 Business Law 1                                   3
     BUS 203 Business Communications                          3         Admission to this program requires that students be high
     ACC 211 Income Tax Procedures                            3      school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
     ACC 205 Accounting with Microcomputer                           (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
              Applications                                    3      may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
                                                                     Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
     Fourth Semester                                                 eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
     _______ Social Science Elective                          3      details on the admission process for all applicants.)
     BUS 202 Business Law 2                                   3
                                                                       Developmental classes should be completed before
     ACC 214 Accounting Practice**                            4
                                                                     attempting the courses in this program.
     ________ Liberal Arts Elective                           3
     ACC 111 Personal Finance or
     ACC 220 Accounting Internship                            3
                                                                       This degree has been approved by ACBSP and SUNY
                                         Total Credits: 66           NYS Education Department for online distance learning
                                                                     delivery. This does not mean that SUNY Orange offers
                                                                     every course in the program online; however, many are
                                                                     offered in this format. Please check the current credit
     * Students with sufficient keyboarding ability who pass the     course schedule for online DL virtual course listings
       keyboarding waiver exam will fulfill this requirement; they   offered each semester.
       do not need to replace the 1 credit.
     ** Students must achieve a grade of C or better to graduate
        from this program.
     ***formerly CIT 101 Microcomputer Applications




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                                                                         Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



                                                                                 Career Opportunities
Student Learning Outcomes
                                                                                        General accounting and
  Students will:                                                                      bookkeeping positions exist in
• demonstrate knowledge of the accounting cycle, including                            the following fields:
  preparation of financial statements in accordance with Generally                    • service
  Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).                                              • education
• express business information effectively in both oral and written                   • travel
  form.                                                                               • entertainment
• demonstrate the ability to effectively interface with an automated                  • manufacturing
  accounting system.                                                                  • insurance
• create and edit Excel spreadsheets to solve various accounting                      • industrial
  problems.                                                                           • media/advertising
• learn critical thinking skills through an analytical business report
  project.
                                                                                 Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                        While the A.A.S. is a degree
                                                                                      leading to immediate employ-
                                                                                      ment, SUNY Orange has a
                                                                                      special relationship for transfer
                                                                                      to a B.S. degree in accounting
                                                                                      with Franklin University.
                                                                                      Other transfers agreements of
                                                                                      courses exit with
                                                                                      • Mount St. Mary College
                                                                                      • Ramapo College
                                                                                      • SUNY Empire State College




                                                                                 Contact Information
                                                                                       Business Department Chair
                                                                                                341-4411
                                                                                           Admissions Office
                                                                                             (845) 341-4030




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Accounting Procedures
Degree Awarded: Certificate



Recommended Course Sequence                                     Program Description
                                                                  The Accounting Procedures certificate program prepares
                                                  Credits       graduates to work in entry-level bookkeeping positions.
     ACC 101     Accounting Principles 1                4       Emphasis is placed on developing bookkeeping skills and
     BUS 101     Business Math or                               knowledge of general business practices.
     ACC 111     Personal Finance                        3        Students take a sequence of accounting coursework
     BUS 103     Introduction to Business                3      including Accounting Principles 1 and 2, Accounting with
     BUS 161     Computer Applications for                      Microcomputer Applications, and Accounting Practice.
                 Business***                             3      Students learn the accounting cycle using both manual and
     OFT 106     Keyboarding**                           1      computer software systems. Special Excel spreadsheet and
     BUS 201     Business Law 1                          3      QuickBooks projects are provided to enhance the
     ACC 102     Accounting Principles 2                 4      understanding of real world applications.
     BUS 105     Business and Society or                          Graduates can utilize their acquired skills in various
     BUS 203     Business Communications                 3      entry-level positions such as bookkeepers, accounts
     ACC 205     Acctg. w/Microcomputer                         receivable/payable clerks, and payroll clerks with
                 Applications                            3      responsibilities and abilities in balance sheets, income
     ACC 214     Accounting Practice*                    4      statements, billing and bank statement reconciliation.

                                     Total Credits: 31          Admission Criteria
                                                                   Admission to this program requires that students be high
                                                                school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
                                                                (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
                                                                may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
                                                                Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
                                                                eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
                                                                details on the admission process for all applicants.)
                                                                  Developmental courses should be completed before
                                                                attempting the courses in this program.
     * Students must achieve a grade of C or better to
       graduate from this program.
     **Students with sufficient keyboarding ability who pass
       the keyboarding waiver exam will fulfill this
       requirement; they do not need to replace the 1 credit.
     ***formerly CIT 101 Microcomputer Applications




68                      www.sunyorange.edu                                                                       Fall 2010
                                                                   Accounting Procedures
                                                                              Degree Awarded: Certificate




Student Learning Outcomes                                            Career Opportunities
 Students will:                                                             General accounting and
• demonstrate knowledge of the accounting cycle, including                bookkeeping positions exist in
  preparation of financial statements in accordance with                  the following fields:
  Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).                        • service
• demonstrate the ability to effectively interface with an                • education
  automated accounting system.                                            • travel
• create and edit Excel spreadsheets to solve various accounting          • entertainment
  problems.                                                               • manufacturing
• learn critical thinking skills through an analytical business           • insurance
  project.                                                                • industrial
                                                                          • media/advertising



                                                                     Transfer Opportunities

                                                                            While the Certificate program
                                                                          leads to immediate job
                                                                          placement upon graduation,
                                                                          SUNY Orange has a special
                                                                          relationship with Franklin
                                                                          University for transfer to a B.S.
                                                                          degree in Applied Management
                                                                          or Accounting. In addition, all
                                                                          courses taken for this certificate
                                                                          may be applied to the A.A.S.
                                                                          Accounting degree program at
                                                                          SUNY Orange.




                                                                     Contact Information
                                                                           Business Department Chair
                                                                                    341-4411
                                                                               Admissions Office
                                                                                 (845) 341-4030




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Architectural Technology
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



Recommended Course Sequence                        Program Description
                                                     The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
     First Semester                      Credits   Architectural Technology prepares graduates to enter the
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3   workforce as architectural team members. While other
     MAT 107 Technical Math 1                  3   opportunities exist, the largest job opportunities are positions
     CAD 101 Introduction to CAD               3   as interns / CAD operators for architectural firms. Graduates’
     ARC 101 Architectural Graphics            3   skills will prepare them to produce working drawings in a
     ARC 105 Bldg Materials & Methods 1        2   variety of settings, such as engineering firms or
     ARC 111 Architectural Design 1            3   manufacturers. If graduates have field experience in a
                                                   building trade, all program outcomes are directly transferable
     Second Semester                               to entry-level positions in construction management and
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2                3   supervision. A broad cross-section of course content is
     CAD 102 Computer Aided Drafting 2         2   covered in the program; this familiarizes students with many
     ARC 102 Advanced Arch. Graphics           3   aspects of the architectural profession, the work of building
     ARC 106 Bldg Materials & Methods 2        4   professionals and the construction process.
     ARC 112 Architectural Design 2            3      When working under the supervision of a licensed
     ARC 215 Architecture to the 18th Century 3    professional (i.e. Registered Architect, Professional Engineer,
     Third Semester                                etc.), a graduate’s primary responsibilities would include
                                                   measuring and documenting existing conditions of buildings
     _______ Social Science Elective           3
                                                   and sites, preparing construction documents, interpreting
     PHY 111 Applied Physics 1                 3   construction documents, preparing design presentations for
     ARC 211 Architectural Design 3            3   clients or other audiences, and coordinating architectural
     ARC 205 Working Drawings 1                3   drawings with consultants’ drawings.
     ARC 201 Digital Portfolio                 1
                                                     Fluency with computer-aided drawing (AutoCAD) and
     ARC 216 Architecture from the 19th C      3
                                                   computer literacy, as it applies to generating architectural
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness     1   drawings, are fundamental skills graduates will possess.
     Fourth Semester                               Meanwhile, freehand sketching is stressed wherever possible
     _______ Social ScienceElective            3   as a valuable communication method. Beyond preparing
     ARC 220 Mechanical and Electrical Equip. 3    construction drawings, students will build models, prepare
     ARC 206 Working Drawings 2                4   reports and orally present their work to groups.
     ARC 212 Architectural Design 4            4     Most courses in the program are a combination of lecture
     ARC 221 Strength of Materials             3   and lab. In the lecture component, foundational material is
     PES ____ Physical Education               1   presented, often accompanied by samples, examples or other
                                                   visual cues. In the lab component, students will either work
                               Total Credits: 70   on short-term exercises designed to hone very specific
                                                   knowledge bases or skills or they will work on long-term
                                                   projects designed to simulate the types of projects that they
                                                   will eventually encounter in the workforce. Students should
                                                   be prepared to spend a significant amount of time on projects
                                                   outside the classroom.
                                                     Many students who enter this degree program plan to
                                                   transfer to an upper division institution. Because these
                                                   opportunities exist, second year students who intend to
                                                   transfer should select their courses in careful consultation
                                                   with their academic advisor. Portfolio production will be
                                                   required.
                                                      For those students wishing to become Registered
                                                   Architects, New York State Department of Education
                                                   guidelines must be followed. To become a Registered
                                                   Architect, one must earn an NAAB-accredited Bachelor of
                                                   Architecture or Master of Architecture degree, fulfill
                                                   NCARB internship requirements (a proscribed three year
                                                   apprenticeship), and pass a challenging and comprehensive
                                                   licensing examination.

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                                                                        Architectural Technology
                                                                      Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



                                                                              Career Opportunities
  For those students wishing to pursue baccalaureate degrees in
Landscape Architecture and Construction Management, an A.S.                        •   architectural firms
degree from SUNY Orange with electives from the Architectural                      •   engineering firms
Technology degree program may be most suitable. Course selection                   •   manufacturing firms
should be made carefully in consultation with academic advisors.                   •   construction firms
                                                                                   •   governmental agencies
Admission Criteria                                                                 •   utility companies
  Admission to this program requires that students be high school
graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas (GEDs). If
students are not high school graduates, they may be eligible for
admission to the College’s 24 Credit Hour Program. If students are
home schooled, they may be eligible for admission. (See pages 7
through 13 for more details on the admission process for all
applicants.)
  Maintenance of a C- average or better in courses in the major is            Transfer Opportunities
also required.
                                                                                       While the A.A.S. degree
                                                                                   leads to immediate employ-
 Student Learning Outcomes                                                         ment, SUNY Orange students
 Students will:                                                                    have successfully transferred
                                                                                   to:
 • demonstrate an understanding of building materials and
   methods.                                                                        • Alfred State College
                                                                                   • New York Institute of
 • graphically communicate architectural forms and building                          Technology
   assemblies, both two and three dimensionally.
                                                                                   • New Jersey Institute of
 • demonstrate fluency using AutoCAD software to produce                             Technology
   architectural drawings.                                                         • Pratt Institute
 • demonstrate an ability to visualize and manipulate three                        • SUNY Environmental
   dimensional spaces.                                                               Science and Forestry
 • demonstrate an appreciation for basic forms of architectural
   problem solving and aesthetic appreciation.
 • demonstrate an understanding of the need for architectural
   projects to coordinate with related professions (e.g. various
   forms of engineering).
 • demonstrate an understanding of fundamental structural
   principles.
 • demonstrate an understanding of basic life safety issues in
   buildings and an ability to apply regulatory requirements to
   building projects.
 • utilize research from electronic and other sources (e.g. Sweet’s
   catalog or manufacturers’ literature) in architectural projects.           Contact Information
 • identify basic methods of sustainable building practices and
   environmental impacts of architectural choices.                                    Science,Engineering and
                                                                                   Architecture Department Chair
 • demonstrate an understanding of the historical and social                               (845) 341-4571
   context of the development of western architecture.
                                                                                         Admissions Office
                                                                                           (845) 341-4030




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Business Administration
Degree Awarded: Associate in Science
Accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs
(ACBSP) 7007 College Boulevard, Suite 420, Overland Park, KS, 66211
Recommended Course Sequence                                         Program Description
                                                                      The Associate in Science degree program in Business
     First Semester                     Credits                     Administration has been designed for those students who
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1               3                     plan to transfer and continue their business education at a
     COM 101 Foundations of Communication 3                         four-year college. This degree is designed to parallel the
     MAT ___ Selected Math Courses*        3/4                      bachelor’s degree requirements at most four-year colleges in
     MKT 101 Principles of Marketing          3                     the region. After transfer, graduates may major in areas
     ACC 153 Financial Accounting             4                     such as: management, marketing, finance or human
                                                                    resource management. Students enrolled in this degree
     Second Semester                                                program acquire an understanding of the relationship
     OFT 106 Keyboarding***                   1                     between the liberal arts/social sciences and the management
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2               3                     of business enterprises. The required mathematics, science
     ________ Restricted SUNY Elective**      3                     and economics courses provide a solid grounding for
     MAT ___ Selected Math Courses*        3/4                      making proper business decisions.
     ACC 154 Managerial Accounting            4                       Because degree requirements vary at transferring
     MGT 201 Principles of Management         3                     institutions, majors are urged to see their business faculty
                                                                    advisors and contact the Admissions Office of the transfer
     Third Semester
                                                                    institution. Business Department faculty are well-trained
     ECO 201 Macro-Economics               3                        and experienced in their areas of expertise and highly
     _______ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3/4                        motivated to work with students, helping them to succeed
     BUS 205 Business Statistics           3                        in their quest for transfer to a four-year college.
     BUS 201 Business Law 1                3
     MGT 205 Human Resource Management 3
                                                                    Admission Criteria
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness 1
     PES ____ Physical Education           1                           Admission to this program requires that students be high
                                                                    school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
     Fourth Semester
                                                                    (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
     ECO 202 Micro-Economics               3                        may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
     ________ SUNY Natural Science (GE2) 3/4                        Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
     BUS 161 Computer Applications for                              eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
               Business*****               3                        details on the admission process for all applicants.)
     ________ Restricted SUNY Elective**** 3                          Students are required to complete most developmental
     BUS 207 International Business        3                        classes before attempting the courses in this program. See
     BUS 202 Business Law 2                3                        the Developmental Course List on page 47. Students
                                                                    entering this A.S. program should have successfully
                                      Total Credits: 68-72          completed three or more years of College Preparatory
                                                                    Math and have an overall high school average of 75 or
                                                                    above.
     * Select one of the following pairs of courses: MAT 121
       and MAT 122; or MAT 122 and MAT 205; or MAT 131
       and MAT 205, or MAT 205 and MAT 206.
     **SUNY American History (GE 4), Western Civilization
       (GE 5) or Other/World Civilization (GE 6) or Arts (GE          This degree has been approved by ACBSP and SUNY
       8) or Foreign Language (GE 9)lists.                          NYS Education Department for online distance learning
     ***Students with sufficient keyboarding ability who pass
       the keyboarding waiver exam will fulfill this requirement;   delivery. This does not mean that SUNY Orange offers
       they do not need to replace the 1 credit.                    every course in the program online; however, many are
     ****Select from list not chosen in Second Semester             offered in this format. Please check the current credit
       Restricted SUNY Elective list above.                         course schedule for online DL virtual course listings
     *****formerly CIT 101 Microcomputer Applications               offered each semester.




72                       www.sunyorange.edu                                                                           Fall 2010
                                                                    Business Administration
                                                                      Degree Awarded: Associate in Science



                                                                       Career Opportunities
Student Learning Outcomes
Students will:                                                              • management trainee
• understand the general nature, structure, resources and                   • business owner/
  operations of business organizations.                                       entrepreneur
                                                                            • finance management
• demonstrate the ability to explain an organization's basic
  accounting, finance, management, marketing and legal                      • insurance planning and sales
  functions.                                                                • human resource manager
• express business ideas and information effectively in both oral
  and written forms.
                                                                       Transfer Opportunities

                                                                              SUNY Orange has special
                                                                            relationships with upper-level
                                                                            colleges and universities for
                                                                            transfer.     These     transfer
                                                                            institutions include:
                                                                            • Alfred University
                                                                            • Berkley College
                                                                            • Clarkson College
                                                                            • Columbia University
                                                                            • Fordham University
                                                                            • Franklin University
                                                                            • Manhattan College
                                                                            • Marist College
                                                                            • Marymount College
                                                                            • Mount St. Mary College
                                                                            • Pace University, Lubin
                                                                              School of Business
                                                                            • Ramapo College
                                                                            • St. Thomas Aquinas College
                                                                            • SUNY Albany
                                                                            • SUNY Empire State College
                                                                            • SUNY New Paltz
                                                                            • SUNY Oswego
                                                                              Please note: Because degree
                                                                            requirements vary at trans-
                                                                            ferring institutions, majors are
                                                                            urged to see their business
                                                                            faculty advisors and contact
                                                                            the Admissions Office of the
                                                                            transfer institution.




                                                                       Contact Information
                                                                             Business Department Chair
                                                                                      341-4411
                                                                                 Admissions Office
                                                                                   (845) 341-4030



Fall 2010                                                            www.sunyorange.edu                   73
Business Management
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science
Accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs
(ACBSP) 7007 College Boulevard, Suite 420, Overland Park, KS, 66211
Recommended Course Sequence                                       Program Description
                                                                    The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
     First Semester                      Credits                  Business Management prepares graduates to begin their
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3                  careers as management trainees, first line supervisors, and
     ________ Social Science Elective          3                  higher level management positions in either profit or non-
     ________ Math or Liberal Arts Science     3                  profit organizations. Students develop interpersonal and
     BUS 101 Business Math                     3                  conceptual skills such as motivation, communication,
     BUS 103 Introduction to Business          3                  performance appraisal, decision making and problem
     OFT 106 Keyboarding*                      1                  solving. Various business tools including accounting,
                                                                  computer information systems and law, as well as liberal
     Second Semester                                              arts courses, are integrated into the program.
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2                            3
                                                                    The primary focus of the curriculum is on
     ________ Social Science Elective                      3      entrepreneurship for those interested in operating their own
     ________ Math or Liberal Arts Science                 3      business or applying this managerial approach in a medium
     BUS 105 Business and Society                          3      to large organization in the public or private sector. The
     MKT 101 Principles of Marketing                       3      program’s concentration of business courses provides a
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness                 1      strong background for employment. The Business
     Third Semester                                               Internship is a popular feature of this degree. Students
     ACC 101 Accounting Principles 1                       4      work for regional companies for academic credit and real-
     BUS 161 Computer Applications in                             world experience.
               Business***                                 3        Business Department faculty are well-trained and
     BUS 203 Business Communications                       3      experienced in their areas of expertise, and highly
     BUS 201 Business Law 1                                3      motivated to work with students, helping them to succeed
     MGT 205 Human Resource Management                     3      in their quest for a job. Many students complete this degree
     PES ____ Physical Education                           1      and transfer to four-year colleges to earn a bachelor’s
                                                                  degree; however, students who have this objective are
     Fourth Semester                                              advised that they may suffer transfer credit losses due to the
     ACC 102 Accounting Principles 2                       4      concentration of business courses.
     MGT 201 Principles of Management                      3
     BUS 202 Business Law 2                                3
     MGT 203 Entrepreneurship or                           3      Admission Criteria
     MGT 220 Internship: Business**                                  Admission to this program requires that students be high
     ________ Liberal Arts Elective                        3      school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
                                                                  (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
                                       Total Credits: 65          may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
                                                                  Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
                                                                  eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
                                                                  details on the admission process for all applicants.)
     *Students with sufficient keyboarding ability who pass the     Students are required to complete most of the
       keyboarding waiver exam will fulfill this requirement;     developmental classes before attempting the courses in this
       they do not need to replace the 1 credit.
     **Students need approval of the department chair to          program. Please see the Developmental Course List on
       register for this course and at least a 2.5 CQPA.          page 47.
     ***formerly CIT 101 Microcomputer Applications

                                                                    This degree has been approved by ACBSP and SUNY
                                                                  NYS Education Department for online distance learning
                                                                  delivery. This does not mean that SUNY Orange offers
                                                                  every course in the program online; however, many are
This program can be completed in its entirety at either           offered in this format. Please check the current credit
 the Middletown campus or the Newburgh campus.                    course schedule for online DL virtual course listings
                                                                  offered each semester.




74                       www.sunyorange.edu                                                                          Fall 2010
                                                                              Business Management
                                                                        Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                                       Career Opportunities
 Students will:                                                                      • supervisor
• integrate management theories and tools in a variety of                            • management trainee
  functional areas within an organization.                                           • business owner/entrepreneur
• demonstrate the ability to use a variety of analytical tools in the                • financial insurance planning
  functional areas of business.                                                        and sales
• express business ideas and information effectively in both oral                    • human resource specialist
  and in written forms.                                                                trainee




                                                                                Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                       While the A.A.S. degree
                                                                                     leads to immediate employ-
                                                                                     ment, SUNY Orange students
                                                                                     have successfully transferred
                                                                                     to:
                                                                                     • Franklin University
                                                                                     • Mount St. Mary College
                                                                                     • Ramapo College
                                                                                     • SUNY Empire State College




                                                                                Contact Information
                                                                                         Business Department Chair
                                                                                                  341-4411
                                                                                             Admissions Office
                                                                                               (845) 341-4030




Fall 2010                                                                    www.sunyorange.edu                       75
Business Studies
Degree Awarded: Certificate



Recommended Course Sequence                          Program Description
                                                       The Business Studies certificate program is a joint
     SUNY Orange Courses                   Credits   venture between SUNY Orange and SUNY New Paltz. It
     ECO 201 Macro Economics or                      offers course work that enables students with non-business
     ECO 202 Micro-Economics                     3   undergraduate degrees to enter SUNY New Paltz’s Master
     ACC 153 Financial Accounting                4   of Science in Business program.
     ACC 154 Managerial Accounting               4      The objective of this partnership is to provide the
     MKT 101 Principles of Marketing             3   citizens/students of the Mid-Hudson Valley Region a
     MGT 201 Principles of Management            3   quality, cost-effective, geographically convenient education
     CSC 101 Computer Science 1 or                   for those non-business students desiring entrance into a
     CIT 107 C Programming                       3   graduate business program.
     MAT 205 Calculus 1                          4      Students take courses in economics, accounting,
     Remaining 10 credits (3 courses) must be        marketing, management, computer science, and calculus.
     taken at SUNY New Paltz
                                         Total: 34   Admission Criteria
                                                       Students must have        completed     a   non-business
                                                     baccalaureate degree.
     New Paltz Courses
     33207 Macro-Economics or                   3
     33206 Micro-Economics
     20201 Financial Accounting                 4
     20202 Managerial Accounting                4
     20325 Marketing                            3
     20252 Principles of Management             3
     _____ Computer Program Elective            3
     64245 Basic Calculus                       4
     20341 Fund. of Corporate Finance           3
     20309 Stats. for Bus. & Econ. 1            3
     20311 Stats. for Bus. & Econ. 2            4




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                                                                                Business Studies
                                                                              Degree Awarded: Certificate




Student Learning Outcomes                                            Career Opportunities
Students will:                                                              Career paths for this
• articulate all course content into the M.S. degree at SUNY New          certificate are based upon
  Paltz.                                                                  opportunities after the
                                                                          completion of the master’s
• be able to apply for finance, international business or other
                                                                          degree at SUNY New Paltz.
  options in the master’s program at SUNY New Paltz.




                                                                     Transfer Opportunities

                                                                            To learn more about transfer
                                                                          options, contact the School of
                                                                          Business, SUNY New Paltz.




                                                                     Contact Information
                                                                           Business Department Chair
                                                                                    341-4411
                                                                               Admissions Office
                                                                                 (845) 341-4030




Fall 2010                                                          www.sunyorange.edu                  77
Clerical Office Assistant
Degree Awarded: Certificate



Recommended Course Sequence                       Program Description
                                                    The Clerical Office Assistant certificate program provides
     First Semester                   Credits     the opportunity for graduates to either begin their careers
     OFT 108 Intermediate Computer                as office assistants or to update their current office skills for
               Keyboarding or                     re-entry into the business world. Areas of concentration
     OFT 109 Advanced Computer                    include information processing, data entry, business
               Keyboarding                  3     communications and information management.
     OFT 208 Computer Fundamentals                  The office assistant provides office support to employers
               for the Office or                  in a wide variety of settings. This support includes
     ________ Business Elective             3     document production, computer software capability,
     OFT 209 Microsoft Word and PowerPoint 3      records management, telephone interaction, customer
     ________ Business Elective             3     service, keyboarding and data entry.
     Second Semester                                Students take a sequence of office skills courses such as
     OFT 109 Advanced Computer                    keyboarding, Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, Excel and
                                                  Access, and transcription. They also learn to compose
              Keyboarding or
                                                  business documents through the Business Communications
     ________ Business Elective             3     course and to manage office documents through the
     BUS 203 Business Communications        3     Records/Information Management course.
     OFT 201 Records/Information Management 3
     OFT 207 Transcription Skills           3       Students learn to use modern office equipment and
                                                  computer software as they apply to various work
     OFT 214 Microsoft Excel and Access     3
                                                  environments. Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
                                                  and Access) as well as WordPerfect software programs are
                              Total Credits: 27   presented.


                                                  Admission Criteria
                                                     Admission to this program requires that students be high
                                                  school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
                                                  (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
                                                  may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
                                                  Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
                                                  eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
                                                  details on the admission process for all applicants.)
                                                    Students without sufficient keyboarding ability will be
                                                  required to take Elementary Computer Keyboarding.
                                                  Students with sufficient keyboarding ability to pass the
                                                  waiver for Intermediate Computer Keyboarding fulfill this
                                                  requirement with a business elective. To complete this
                                                  program in one year, students must have basic keyboarding
                                                  skills before enrolling in the program.




78                 www.sunyorange.edu                                                                   Fall 2010
                                                                  Clerical Office Assistant
                                                                                Degree Awarded: Certificate




Student Learning Outcomes                                            Career Opportunities
 Students will:                                                           •   service
• demonstrate the ability to keyboard business correspondence             •   education
  using various computer software programs in word/information            •   travel
  processing.                                                             •   entertainment
• demonstrate the ability to keyboard straight copy for five              •   manufacturing
  minutes with a maximum of three errors.                                 •   legal & medical
• understand computer concepts and applications for the office            •   insurance
  environment.                                                            •   industrial
• learn critical thinking skills through an analytical business           •   media/advertising
  report project.




                                                                     Transfer Opportunities

                                                                            While       this    certificate
                                                                          program leads to immediate
                                                                          job       placement        upon
                                                                          graduation, SUNY Orange has
                                                                          a special relationship with
                                                                          Franklin       University     for
                                                                          transfer to the B.S. degree in
                                                                          Applied Management. In
                                                                          addition, all courses taken for
                                                                          this certificate may be applied
                                                                          to     the     A.A.S.     Office
                                                                          Technologies degree program
                                                                          at SUNY Orange.




                                                                     Contact Information
                                                                              Business Department Chair
                                                                                       341-4411
                                                                                  Admissions Office
                                                                                    (845) 341-4030




Fall 2010                                                          www.sunyorange.edu                     79
Computer Information Technology–Networking
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



Recommended Course Sequence                           Program Description
 First Semester                        Credits          The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
                                                      CIT–Networking prepares students for employment in a
 ENG 101 Freshman English 1                  3        variety of entry-level careers in computer networking and
 MAT ___ College Algebra or higher           3        information technology occupations. The theory and
 CIT 103 Management Information Systems 3             practical experience students gain allows them to enter jobs
 CIT 107 Introduction to C++ Programming 3            with highly competitive salaries.
 CIT 105 Data Communic. & Networking         3           This degree program offers the coursework that provides
 CIT 100 Computer Literacy                   3        background information for students to take the
 Second Semester                                      CompTIA’s A+, Security+, Networking+, Linux+ and
 ENG 102 Freshman English 2                  3        CISCO’s CNA certification exams. The primary focus of
 MAT ___ College Trigonometry or higher      3        this degree program is networking computer systems
                                                      including implementation, configuration, maintenance and
 CIT 112 Computer Hardware and Maint.        4
                                                      administration of networking equipment, which includes
 CIT 116 Networking 1                        4        creation of networking servers. The degree course work
 PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness       1        introduces students basic computer systems and builds on
 Third Semester                                       theoretical and technical knowledge and skills to develop a
 ________ Social Science Elective                3    strong understanding of networking topologies, mediums
 CIT 211 Systems Analysis                        3    and medium access techniques in both local area and wide
 CIT 225 Database Fundamentals                   3    area networks (LANs and WANs). Classes are designed to
 CIT 217 Unix/Linux                              3    provide students with hands-on training utilizing state-of-
                                                      the-art computer facilities. Students are also placed in a
 CIT 203 Networking 2                            4
                                                      work environment in order to provide actual service to a
 PES ____ Physical Education                     1    business through the CIT–Networking internship.
 Fourth Semester
                                                        Students are encouraged to discuss their future career
 ________ Social Science Elective                3    and/or transfer goals with a CIT–Networking advisor.
 CIT 212 Systems Design                          3
 CIT 206 Network Security                        3
 CIT 230 Internship                              3    Admission Criteria
 _______ Restricted Elective*                    3       Admission to this program requires that students be high
                                                      school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
                                  Total Credits: 65   (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
                                                      may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
                                                      Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
 *Restricted Electives:                               eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
 CIT 111      Internet & HTML Programming             details on the admission process for all applicants.)
 CIT 115      Visual Basic
 Any course approved by department




80                 www.sunyorange.edu                                                                   Fall 2010
                                    Computer Information Technology–Networking
                                                                    Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                                   Career Opportunities
 Students will:                                                                  •   banks
• install and configure networking equipment.                                    •   law firms
• implement and configure network protocols.                                     •   medical offices
                                                                                 •   hospitals
• troubleshoot PC hardware problems.
                                                                                 •   small businesses
• assemble a PC.                                                                 •   government agencies
• identify and summarize security threats and appropriate actions                •   corporations
  to minimize those threats.                                                     •   schools
• install, configure and manage a networking operating system.                   •   colleges
• analyze an existing system and determine appropriate systems                   •   consulting firms
  design implementation strategies.


                                                                            Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                   While the A.A.S. degree
                                                                                 leads to immediate employ-
                                                                                 ment, SUNY Orange students
                                                                                 have successfully transferred
                                                                                 to:
                                                                                 • Marist College
                                                                                 • Mount St. Mary College
                                                                                 • SUNY Institute of
                                                                                   Technology




                                                                            Contact Information
                                                                                       Applied Technologies
                                                                                        Department Chair
                                                                                             341-4523
                                                                                        Admissions Office
                                                                                         (845) 341-4030




Fall 2010                                                                www.sunyorange.edu                   81
Computer Information Technology–Web Development
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



Recommended Course Sequence                         Program Description
                                                      The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
     First Semester                      Credits    CIT–Web Development prepares students for job entry in
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3    the field of Internet Systems. The theory and practical
     MAT ___ College Algebra or higher         3    experience students gain allows them to enter jobs with
     CIT 103 Management Information Systems 3       highly competitive salaries. This degree program offers the
     CIT 100 Computer Literacy                 3    coursework that provides background information to
                                                    prepare for CIW certifications. The primary focus of this
     CIT 111 Internet and HTML                 3
                                                    degree program is in the area of Installation and
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness     1    configuring web server services and programs. The degree
     Second Semester                                course work introduces students to basic web systems and
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2                3    builds on theoretical and technical knowledge and skills to
     MAT ___ College Trigonometry or higher    3    develop a strong understanding of web technologies
                                                    including the implementation of client and server sided web
     BUS 111 E-Business Principles             3
                                                    pages. Classes are designed to provide students with
     CIT 217 Unix/Linux                        3    training utilizing state-of the-art computer facilities.
     CIT 108 Web Page Programming 1            3    Students are also placed in a work environment in order to
     PES ____ Physical Education               1    provide actual service to a business through the CIT–Web
     Third Semester                                 Development internship. Students are encouraged to
                                                    discuss their future career and/or transfer goals with a
     _______ Social Science Elective           3
                                                    CIT–Web Development advisor.
     CIT 105 Data Comm. &
              Intro to Networking              3
     CIT 211 Systems Analysis                  3    Admission Criteria
     CIT 225 Database Funds. and Design        3       Admission to this program requires that students be high
     CIT 205 Web Page Programming 2            3    school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
     Fourth Semester                                (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
                                                    may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
     ________ Social Science Elective          3
                                                    Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
     CIT 208 Flash Programming                 3    eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
     CIT 230 Internship (E-Commerce                 details on the admission process for all applicants.)
               Practicum)                      3    Students should place into ENG 101 and MAT 121.)
     CIT 212 Systems Design                    3
     CIT 215 Web Site Management               3
     CIT 216 Internet Security                 3

                                Total Credits: 65




82                  www.sunyorange.edu                                                               Fall 2010
                          Computer Information Technology–Web Development
                                                                        Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                                       Career Opportunities
    Students will:                                                                   • Web Development Company
    •    summarize how Web Servers, Browsers, XHTML, and                             • small businesses
         Scripting Languages contribute to the Internet resource know                • corporations
         as the Web.
                                                                                     • advertising agencies
    •    analyze an existing system and determine appropriate                        • medical offices
         systems design implementation strategies.
                                                                                     • government agencies
    •    create and implement a Web site development cycle.                          • schools
    •    create a Web page that utilizes XHTML, JavaScript, Flash,                   • colleges
         Dynamic HTML.                                                               • consulting firms
    •    identify and summarize security issues and then program a
         secure application for the internet.
    •    identify and discuss general quality assurance principles.
    •    create client sided Web page programs.
    •    create server-sided Web page programs.                                 Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                      While the A.A.S. degree leads
                                                                                    to immediate employment,
                                                                                    SUNY Orange students have
                                                                                    successfully transferred to:
                                                                                    • Marist College
                                                                                    • Mount St. Mary College
                                                                                    •SUNY Institute of Technology
                                                                                    • SUNY Delhi




                                                                                Contact Information
                                                                                         Applied Technologies
                                                                                          Department Chair
                                                                                               341-4523
                                                                                          Admissions Office
                                                                                           (845) 341-4030




Fall 2010                                                                    www.sunyorange.edu                     83
Computer Science
Degree Awarded: Associate in Science



Recommended Course Sequence                                        Program Description
                                                                     The Associate in Science degree program in Computer
     First Semester                                                Science is designed for students of mathematics and science
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1              3                     who wish to pursue a B.S. degree in Computer Science at
                                                                   senior colleges and universities. Its goal is to prepare the
     ________ SUNY Social Science (GE 3)     3                     students for a successful transfer into such degree
     CSC 101 Computer Science 1              4                     programs.
     MAT 205 Calculus 1                      4
                                                                     The curriculum is structured to emphasize scientific
     COM 101 Foundations of Communication 3                        applications and the theoretical concepts which underlie
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness   1                     computer design and development, languages, and systems.
     Second Semester                                               The program provides the core courses that would be
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2              3                     encountered in the first two years of study at most four-
     HIS ____ Restricted History Elective*   3                     year institutions.
     MAT 206 Calculus 2                      4                       Associate degree core courses in calculus, linear algebra,
     CSC 102 Computer Science 2              4                     discrete math, digital electronics, computer science, data
     EET 104 Digital Electronics 1           4                     structures and assembly language programming constitute
     PES ____ Physical Education             1                     the nucleus of this program. Selected courses in the liberal
                                                                   arts support and enhance this central core.
     Third Semester
                                                                     To initiate this plan of study, students must have tested
     PHY 101 General Physics 1** or
                                                                   into college algebra (MAT 121) or higher on the
     PHY 105 General Physics 1 w/calculus    4                     Mathematics placement test. Students who do not meet the
     MAT 211 Linear Algebra                  3                     math requirement can be successful in reaching their
     CSC 201 Data Structures                 3                     academic goals by taking foundation courses and extending
     ________ Restricted SUNY Elective***    3                     the program to three years.
     Fourth Semester
     PHY 102 General Physics 2** or                                Admission Criteria
     PHY 106 General Physics 2 w/calculus    4
     MAT 125 Introduction to Statistics      3                        Admission to this program requires that students be high
                                                                   school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
     MAT 136 Discrete Mathematics            3
                                                                   (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
     CSC 204 Computer Organization &                               may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
               Assembly Language Prog.       3                     Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
     ________ Electives                    2/4                     eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
                                                                   details on the admission process for all applicants.)
                                    Total Credits: 65-67


     *SUNY American History (GE 4) or Western Civilization
       (GE 5) or Other/World Civilization (GE 6).
     **Consult catalog of the college to which you intend to
       transfer. Some require the General Physics with calculus.
     ***SUNY Arts (GE 8) or Foreign Language (GE 9) lists
       or any list not selected from in Second Semester SUNY
       History Elective above.




84                       www.sunyorange.edu                                                                          Fall 2010
                                                                        Computer Science
                                                                  Degree Awarded: Associate in Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                          Career Opportunities
Students will:
                                                                        • computer engineering
• demonstrate ability in problem solving and communicating
                                                                        • computer systems analysis
  algorithms clearly, utilizing structures/top-down algorithm
  design processes.                                                     • education
• demonstrate familiarity with a wide variety of abstract data          • computer programming
  structures and data encapsulation concepts.                           • cryptology
• demonstrate knowledge of assembler language programming as            • applied mathematics
  it applies to computer architecture and operating systems.
                                                                        • financial analysis
• demonstrate ability in computational methods of mathematics
  and physical science necessary for computer modeling.




                                                                   Transfer Opportunities

                                                                          SUNY Orange has special
                                                                        relationships with upper-level
                                                                        colleges and universities for
                                                                        transfer.
                                                                          These transfer institutions
                                                                        include:
                                                                        • Clarkson University
                                                                        • Florida Memorial University
                                                                        • Marist College
                                                                        • R.P.I.(Rensselaer Polytechnic
                                                                          Institute)
                                                                        • SUNY Binghamton
                                                                        • SUNY Buffalo
                                                                          SUNY Institute of
                                                                          Technology
                                                                        • SUNY New Paltz
                                                                        • SUNY Oneonta
                                                                        • SUNY Purchase




                                                                   Contact Information
                                                                            Applied Technologies
                                                                             Department Chair
                                                                              (845) 341-4523
                                                                             Admissions Office
                                                                              (845) 341-4030




Fall 2010                                                        www.sunyorange.edu                   85
Criminal Justice
Degree Awarded: Associate in Science



Recommended Course Sequence                                   Program Description
                                                                 The Associate in Science degree program in Criminal
     First Semester                       Credits             Justice prepares students to continue their education in
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                 3             four-year degree programs in criminal justice or related
     CRJ 101 Criminal Justice                   3             liberal arts areas of study. These may include forensic
     CRJ 105 Police Community Relations         3             psychology, public administration, sociology, cyber
     CRJ 107 Industrial/Private Security or                   security, criminology and pre-law. It is designed to facilitate
                                                              the acquisition of technological and critical thinking skills
     CRJ 106 Patrol Operations                  3
                                                              that are essential for success in the criminal justice field.
     CRJ 215 Criminal Investigation 1           3             Graduates of this degree program will have both the
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness      1             general educational background as well as the criminal
     Second Semester                                          justice expertise to pursue careers in the many diverse
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2                 3             criminal justice areas of study.
     CRJ 111 Criminology                        3               The program is regularly reviewed to insure that course
     _______ SUNY Math (GE 1) -                               content is current with contemporary issues that impact the
               MAT 121 or higher*            3/4              criminal justice system, such as homeland security,
     CRJ 213 Police Organization Admn.          3             terrorism, cyber security, technological advancements,
     CRJ 216 Criminal Investigation 2           3             diversity and ethics. The program courses explore
     PES ____ Physical Education                1             contemporary criminal justice issues such as the nature and
                                                              causes of crime, crime as a public policy issue, racial
     Third Semester                                           profiling and global issues such as transnational terrorism.
     PSY 101 General Psychology 1 or                          There are specific courses devoted to the institutional
     SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology          3             treatment of the adult and juvenile offender as well as an
     CRJ 109 Critical Issues in Law Enforcement3              internship program where students are afforded the
     ________ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3/4                 opportunity to utilize their newly acquired skills and
     CRJ 226 Criminalistics                     3             knowledge in an actual criminal justice related work
                                                              environment. This program assures the students of a solid
     _______ Restricted SUNY Elective**         3
                                                              foundation to pursue higher education and rewarding
     Fourth Semester                                          careers in criminal justice.
     COM 101 Foundations of Communication 3
     ________ Restricted SUNY Elective**        3
                                                              Admission Criteria
     CRJ 103 Understanding the Juvenile
               Offender                         3                Admission to this program requires that students be high
     CRJ 211 Criminal Law                       3             school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
     ________ Elective                          3             (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
                                                              may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
                                                              Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
                                  Total Credits: 62-64        eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
                                                              details on the admission process for all applicants.)


     * Students must complete MAT 121 (or higher). MAT
       102 can be counted as an elective.
     ** Select two from SUNY Western Civilization (GE 5) or
       Other/World Civilization (GE 6) or Arts (GE 8) or
       Foreign Language (GE 9) or American History (GE 4)
       lists. Do not duplicate category.



This program can be completed in its entirety at either
 the Middletown campus or the Newburgh campus.




86                     www.sunyorange.edu                                                                         Fall 2010
                                                                                Criminal Justice
                                                                      Degree Awarded: Associate in Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                              Career Opportunities
 Students will:                                                             • Federal Bureau of
• develop critical thinking skills and apply these skills in                  Investigation (FBI)
  discussing complex issues in criminal justice.                            • Immigration and
• identify common concepts relevant to the understanding of the               Naturalization Service (INS)
  criminal justice system and be able to critically assess and              • park police
  debate these issues.
                                                                            • postal inspector
• develop problem solving skills and be able to apply these skills
  to issues that impact the diverse areas of the criminal justice           • secret service agent
  system.                                                                   • secret service uniformed
• develop an understanding of our legal system, constitutional              • deputy sheriff
  law, procedural law and substantive law.
                                                                            • state police/trooper
• be able to understand and discuss the complex issues of
  diversity and ethics and their impact on the criminal justice             • police officer
  system.                                                                   • district attorney
                                                                            • defense counsel
                                                                            • correction officer
                                                                            • forensics specialist
                                                                            • court clerk
                                                                            • judge



                                                                       Transfer Opportunities

                                                                              SUNY Orange has special
                                                                            relationships with upper-level
                                                                            colleges and universities for
                                                                            transfer.
                                                                              These transfer institutions
                                                                            include:
                                                                            • John Jay College of Criminal
                                                                              Justice
                                                                            • Pace University
                                                                            • State University of New
                                                                              York (SUNY)




                                                                       Contact Information
                                                                                   Criminal Justice
                                                                                  Department Chair
                                                                                    845-341-4355
                                                                                  Admissions Office
                                                                                   (845) 341-4030




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Criminal Justice–Police
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



Recommended Course Sequence                               Program Description
                                                            The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
     First Semester                       Credits         Criminal Justice–Police provides the student with the
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                 3         necessary credits required to apply for employment in one
     CRJ 101 Criminal Justice                   3         of the many local, state or federal criminal justice agencies.
     CRJ 105 Police/Community Relations         3            The overall program design is to prepare the student for
     CRJ 107 Industrial & Private Security      3         a career path in law enforcement, security, law, probation,
     CRJ 215 Criminal Investigation 1           3         parole, juvenile justice and investigation. The coursework
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness      1         provides study and practice in the necessary critical
                                                          thinking and technological skills the student will need to
     Second Semester
                                                          function effectively in the law enforcement field. The
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2                 3         program offers courses on criminal investigations that cover
     PSY____ Psychology Course                  3         all aspects of an investigation, including interviewing
     CRJ 111 Criminology                        3         techniques, rights of the accused, search warrant
     CRJ 106 Patrol Operations                  3         requirements and wiretapping. It also includes a complete
     CRJ 216 Criminal Investigation 2           3         course of criminalistics which focuses on fingerprinting and
     PES ___ Physical Education                 1         fingerprint classification and identification, blood analysis
                                                          and crime scene photography. Contemporary law
     Third Semester                                       enforcement issues are examined, including searching
     SOC 120 Social Problems or                           without a warrant, automobile stops, racial profiling,
     SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology          3         transnational terrorism and police-community relations are
     CRJ 103 Understanding the Juvenile                   thoroughly discussed and critically evaluated. All classes
               Offender                         3         emphasize interactive critical assessment of contemporary
     ________ Math or Liberal Arts Science      3         policing issues as well as hands-on practical application of
     CRJ 213 Police Organization &                        skills. All instructors, in addition to their advanced
               Administration                   3         educational backgrounds, are experienced practitioners in
                                                          the fields of law enforcement, courts and corrections.
     CRJ 226 Criminalistics                     3
     Fourth Semester
     COM 101 Foundation of Communication 3                Admission Criteria
     POL 102 U.S. Gov't-State & Local           3            Admission to this program requires that students be high
     CRJ 211 Criminal Law                       3         school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
     ________ Math or Liberal Arts Science      3         (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
     ________ Elective*                         3         may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
                                                          Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
                                                          eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
                                                          details on the admission process for all applicants.)
                                  Total Credits: 62


     * Recommend taking CRJ 109 Critical Issues in Law
       Enforcement




This program can be completed in its entirety at either
 the Middletown campus or the Newburgh campus.




88                   www.sunyorange.edu                                                                      Fall 2010
                                                                            Criminal Justice–Police
                                                                       Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                                      Career Opportunities
 Students will:                                                                     • Federal Bureau of
• develop critical thinking skills and apply these skills in                          Investigation (FBI)
  discussing complex issues that confront police administrators.                    • Immigration and
• be able to identify the origins of policing systems and be able to                  Naturalization Service (INS)
  assess problems that confront modern policing systems.                            • park police
• be able to identify relevant issues of constitutional, procedural                 • postal inspector
  and substantive law.                                                              • secret service agent
                                                                                    • secret service uniformed
• be able to understand and critically discuss the complex issues
  involving diversity and ethics as they relate to professional                     • deputy sheriff
  policing.                                                                         • state police/trooper
                                                                                    • police officer
• be able to understand the importance of crime scene protection
  and be able to demonstrate the proper methods of gathering                        • district attorney
  and presenting evidence properly.                                                 • defense counsel
                                                                                    • correction officer
                                                                                    • forensics specialist
                                                                                    • court clerk
                                                                                    • ballistics specialist
                                                                                    • fingerprint specialist
                                                                                    • security


                                                                               Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                      SUNY Orange has special
                                                                                    relationships with upper-level
                                                                                    colleges and universities for
                                                                                    transfer.
                                                                                      These transfer institutions
                                                                                    include:
                                                                                    • Pace University
                                                                                    • State University of New
                                                                                      York (SUNY)




                                                                               Contact Information
                                                                                           Criminal Justice
                                                                                          Department Chair
                                                                                           (845) 341-4355
                                                                                          Admissions Office
                                                                                           (845) 341-4030




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Cyber Security
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



Recommended Course Sequence                           Program Description
                                                        The Associate of Applied Science degree program in
     First Semester                       Credits     Cyber Security prepares students for employment in a
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                 3     variety of entry level careers in Cyber Security. Today,
     MAT 121 College Algebra                    3     everyone is concerned with security, and people with
     CRJ 101 Intro to Criminal Justice          3     knowledge in this area are in high demand. Positions can
     CIT 100 Computer Literacy                  3     include such titles as Network Administrator, network
     CIT 105 Data Communications and                  security specialist, information security technician, just to
               Introduction to Networking       3     name a few. The main thrust is protection of information
                                                      and limiting access to network resources. In addition to
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness      1
                                                      security, students will also be instructed in techniques used
                                                      to track perpetrators once an attack has occurred.
     Second Semester
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2                 3       In addition to basic computer and networking skills, the
     CIT 116 Networking 1                       4     student will be instructed in Operating Systems, Computer
                                                      Forensics, Network Forensics, Information Security,
     CIT 112 PC Hardware & Maintenance          4
                                                      Network Perimeter Security, and Cyber Crime
     CIT 118 Operating Systems                  4     Investigation.
     Third Semester                                     Classes are designed to provide students with hands-on
     CIT 203 Networking 2                       4     training utilizing state-of-the-art computer facilities. Lab
                                                      work and assignments will present real world cyber security
     CIT 217 Introduction to Unix/Linux         3
                                                      scenarios encountered in the work place. For forensics
     CFR 221 Computer Forensics                 3     studies, industry standard software will be used.
     CSS 223 Information Security               3
     PSY ___ Psychology                         3       While A.A.S. graduates are prepared to enter the
     PES ___ Physical Education                 1     workforce immediately, many students choose to transfer to
                                                      upper-level programs leading to a bachelor's degree in
                                                      technology. If students are considering this, they should
     Fourth Semester                                  consult with the department chair and advisors for
     CFR 222 Network Forensics                  3     program planning. Special planning is available for students
     CSS 224 Network Perimeter Security         3     entering the program with previous college credit or
     CSS 226 Cyber Crime Investigations         3     equivalent training/work experience.
     CRJ 111 Criminology                        3
     _______ Math or Liberal Arts Science       3
                                                      Admission Criteria
                                  Total Credits: 65      Admission to this program requires that students be high
                                                      school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
                                                      (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
                                                      may be eligible for admission to the College's 24 Credit
                                                      Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
                                                      eligible for admission.




90                  www.sunyorange.edu                                                                   Fall 2010
                                                                                          Cyber Security
                                                                   Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                                  Career Opportunities
     Students will:                                                             Entry level
    •    Develop basic network administration skills                            • Network Administrator
    •    Perform computer forensic analysis                                     • Network Security Specialist
    •    Demonstrate an understanding of network forensics                      • Computer Crime
    •    Develop an understanding of the legal issues associated                  Investigation
         with cyber security
    •    Document an appropriate procedure of handling case
         evidence




                                                                           Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                  St. Jonh's University offers a
                                                                                Bachelor’s in this degree




                                                                           Contact Information
                                                                                     Applied Technology
                                                                                     Department Chair
                                                                                          341-4523
                                                                                      Admissions Office
                                                                                       (845) 341-4030



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Dental Hygiene
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science
Accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation, American Dental Association
211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611, (312) 440-2500.
Recommended Course Sequence                              Program Description
     First Semester                      Credits            The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
                                                         Dental Hygiene prepares students for licensing by the State
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3         Board for Dentistry of New York to practice dental
     BIO 115 Human Biology                     4         hygiene. Dental hygienists work under the supervision of a
     CHM 110 General and Biological                      licensed dentist. They provide preventive, therapeutic and
               Chemistry                       3         educational services within the parameters of the state law
     DNT 101 Preventive Oral Health Services 1 5         governing the practice of dental hygiene. In addition to
     DNT 103 Maxillofacial Anatomy                       traditional skills, these responsibilities include the
               and Oral Histology              4         administration of local infiltration anesthesia and nitrous
                                                         oxide sedation.
     Second Semester
                                                           The curriculum is focused on the three professional
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2                   3      Standards of Care: professionalism, health promotion and
     DNT 102 Preventive Oral Health Services 2    5      disease prevention, and patient care. Coursework includes
     DNT 104 Dental Radiology                     3      requirements in English, social sciences, the sciences, and
     DNT 106 Oral Health Education                2      program-specific courses and laboratory experiences. In
     DNT 108 Pharmacology                         2      order to develop necessary skills, students first practice on
     MLT 106 Microbiology for Health                     peers. Then they actively participate in clinical dental
              Professionals                       3      hygiene experiences in the College dental hygiene clinic, as
                                                         well as at off-campus sites including hospitals. Dental
     Summer Session 1
                                                         hygiene courses are offered once each year. Courses must be
     DNT 110 Pain Management in Dentistry         2      taken in the sequence in which they are offered without
     Third Semester                                      interruption. Dental hygiene courses cannot be taken on a
                                                         part-time basis. A minimum grade of C (75%) is required in
     BIO 125 Nutrition                            3      all dental hygiene courses. Program requirements for
     DNT 201 Preventive Oral Health                      graduation also include the presentation of table clinics at
              Services III                        5      off-campus locations, portfolio development and case-
     DNT 203 Oral Pathology                       2      based clinical case presentations. Membership in the
     DNT 205 Periodontology                       2      Student American Dental Hygienists’ Association is
     DNT 207 Dental Bio-Materials and                    mandatory.
              Advanced Functions                  3         Students who are considering this program must
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness        1      understand that they are required to provide their own
     Fourth Semester                                     transportation to these off-campus facilities and are
                                                         required to purchase their own instruments and related
     COM 101 Foundations of Communication         3
                                                         supplies. They must also have a yearly physical examination
     PSY 101 General Psychology 1                 3      and TB test. Upon initial entrance into the program, a
     SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology            3      negative 10-panel drug test will be required. The Hepatitis
     DNT 202 Preventive Oral Health                      B vaccine is strongly recommended. Students with
               Services IV                        5      disabilities should meet with the Coordinator of Special
     DNT 206 Community Dental Health              2      Services upon entering the program. Foreign students must
     PES ____ Physical Education                  1      have permanent residence status to obtain a dental hygiene
                                                         license in New York State. An individual who has charges
                                  Total Credits: 72      pending or has ever been convicted of a felony or
                                                         misdemeanor and/or has been found guilty of professional
                                                         misconduct or negligence may not be eligible for licensure.
                                                         Contact the Office of Professional Discipline, New York
     Note: An additional requirement is current cer-
                                                         State Education Department prior to applying to this
     tification in CPR. “BLS (Basic Life Support) for    program. Finally, pregnant or potentially pregnant students
     Healthcare Providers” is the recommended            should note that there is a risk associated with exposure to
     course      (American     Heart   Association).     nitrous oxide gas. Students who are unwilling or unable to
     Certification documentation must be submitted       sit as patients should not apply to this program.
     at the beginning of the second semester.




92                   www.sunyorange.edu                                                                     Fall 2010
                                                                                                      Dental Hygiene
                                                                               Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science


Admissions Criteria
Academic Requirements:                                                                    Career Opportunities
• High school diploma or GED
                                                                                               •   private practice
• Eligible to take Freshman English I (ENG 101)
                                                                                               •   hospitals
• Eligible to take Intermediate Algebra (MAT 102), or have completed
                                                                                               •   health service agencies
   Elementary Algebra (MAT 101) or equivalent with a 2.0 or higher
                                                                                               •   overseas
• Completed High School AP Biology (score of 3, 4, or 5) or a passing grade in
                                                                                               •   military
   the Biology CLEP examination; or introduction to Biology or Anatomy &
   Physiology 1 with a grade of 2.0 or better (within 5 years of deadline)
• Completed High School Regents Chemistry with a grade of 75 or better;
   Elements of Chemistry & Physics (CHM 120); or a college Chemistry course
   (with a lab) with a grade of 2.0 or better (within 5 years of deadline)
• Students must attain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
Department Specific Requirements:
• Submit Dental Hygienist observation form (16 hour min. with
   documentation)
                                                                                          Transfer Opportunities
• Attendance at a Dental Hygiene department pre-admission orientation. At
   this orientation, students will receive and sign off on information pertaining
   to health forms, drug testing, and criminal record policies.                                    While the A.A.S. degree
                                                                                               leads to immediate employ-
   Note: Admission to this program is selective. In addition to an application to              ment, SUNY Orange students
the College, students must apply for acceptance into this program through the                  have successfully transferred
Admissions office. Consideration for admission is based on the completion of all               to:
mandatory academic and departmental-specific requirements, highest
combination of CQPA and credits completed towards the degree, Orange County                    • Manhattan College
residency and seat availability. All requirements must be completed and an                     • Northeastern University
eligibility form must be submitted to the Admissions Office before February 1 in
order for a student to be considered for acceptance into this program for the Fall             • Pennsylvania College of
semester.                                                                                        Technology

Student Learning Outcomes
 Students will:
• discern and manage the ethical issues of dental hygiene practice in a rapidly
  changing environment.
• acquire and synthesize information in a critical, scientific and effective manner.
• be concerned with improving the knowledge, skills and values of the profession.
• provide planned educational services using appropriate interpersonal
  communication skills and educational strategies to promote optimal health.
• initiate and assume responsibility for health promotion and disease prevention
  activities for diverse populations.
• systematically collect, analyze and accurately record baseline data on the general,
  oral and psychosocial health status of the client using methods consistent with
  medicolegal principles.
• discuss the condition of the oral cavity, the actual and potential problems
  identified, the etiological and contributing factors, as well as recommended            Contact Information
  and alternative treatments available.                                                                 Dental Hygiene
• provide treatment that includes preventive and therapeutic procedures to                             Department Chair
  promote and maintain oral health and assist the client in achieving oral                                 341-4306
  health goals.                                                                                        Admissions Office
• evaluate the effectiveness of planned clinical and educational services and                           (845) 341-4030
  modify them as necessary.



 Fall 2010                                                                              www.sunyorange.edu                   93
Early Childhood Development and Care
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



Recommended Course Sequence                                   Program Description
                                                                The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
     First Semester                       Credits             Early Childhood Development and Care prepares students
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                 3             for responsible and effective employment in positions
     PSY 101 General Psychology 1               3             ranging from aide to head teacher in a variety of early
     EDU 105 Preparing to Teach Young                         childhood settings. The program provides theory, practical
               Children                         2             information and extensive supervised experience
                                                              concerning normal early human development,
     EDU 101 Child Development 1++              3
                                                              developmental difficulties, caring for and educating young
     EDU 111 Childhood Health and Safety        3             children, methods for fostering child development, and the
     EDU 107 Mandated Training                  1             operation and management of early childhood facilities.
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness      1
                                                                The primary goals of the Early Childhood Development
      Second Semester                                         and Care program are to develop cognitive and critical
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2                 3             thinking skills through an integrated education plan; to
     EDU 102 Child Development 2++#             3             promote the use of applied knowledge of developmentally
     ________ SUNY Gen Ed Elective**            3             appropriate practices in both the College classroom and
     MAT ___ SUNY Math* (GE1)                   3             early learning field site environments; to furnish
     EDU 208 Home, School, Community#           3             opportunities for self-directed, creative, professional
     PES ____ Physical Education                1             learning activities; to provide field experiences ranging
                                                              from minimal observation to full participation, allowing
     Third Semester                                           students to demonstrate increasing technical skills working
     COM 101 Foundations of Communication                3    with young children.
     EDU 109 Fundamentals of Early Childhood                    Because current research shows that the early years are
               Language Arts                             3    among the most vital in human development, professional
     EDU 203 Child Care Curriculum                            and appropriate educational experiences will develop the
               Development/Field                              ECDC student’s thinking, practical and personal skills
               Experience 1++                            5    necessary to teach and care for young children. These
     EDU 201 Observation & Assessment++                  3    activities take place in College classes and seminars, and
                                                              also in local area field sites. In the field, extensive “hands-
     ________ SUNY Gen Ed Elective**                     3
                                                              on” observation and participation give opportunities to
     Fourth Semester                                          apply education principles, receive individual guidance and
     PED 156 Infant/Child First Aid & CPR                1    feedback, and be involved first-hand, with day-to-day
     EDU 202 Infant and Toddler Care++#                  3    activities in diverse early childhood learning environments.
     EDU 204 Child Care Curriculum                            Upon completion of the coursework students will have
               Development/Field                              accumulated 235 hours of field work.
               Experience 2++#                           5      A grade of C (2.00) or better is required in all EDU
     EDU 206 Administration and                               courses for progression in the program and graduation with
               Management#                               3    an A.A.S. or Certificate in Early Childhood Development
     _____     SUNY Gen Ed Elective**                    3    and Care.

                                        Total Credits: 64     Admission Criteria
                                                                 Admission to this program requires that students be high
     ++ Local daytime observations beyond college classroom   school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
       required.
     # Offered Spring semester ONLY
                                                              (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
     * MAT 102 or higher (MAT 111 recommended)                may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
     ** These electives MUST satisfy three (3) different      Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
       SUNY General Education categories chosen ONLY          eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
       from: Natural Sciences (GE2), American History         details on the admission process for all applicants.)
       (GE4), Western Civilization (GE5), Other World
       Civilizations (GE6), Arts (GE8), Foreign Languages
       (GE9), with at least ONE from either Category GE 4,
       GE 5 or GE 6.




94                     www.sunyorange.edu                                                                         Fall 2010
                                                 Early Childhood Development and Care
                                                                     Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                                    Career Opportunities
Students will:
                                                                               • center director
• demonstrate knowledge of physical, intellectual, language,
                                                                               • head teacher (non-public
  creative, social and emotional domains by incorporating                        settings)
  developmentally appropriate practices in an early childhood
  environment.                                                                 • teacher assistant
• apply knowledge by effectively planning relevant stage and age               • family child care provider
  level learning activities using varied curricula and lesson plan             • early childhood business owner
  formats.                                                                     • nanny or au pair
• provide a balanced learning atmosphere evidenced by an                       • early intervention specialist
  appropriate physical environment and supportive cognitive and
  affective methods.                                                           • recreation leadership
• welcome and integrate into their classroom an unbiased                       • home visitor
  understanding and appreciation of a population that is diverse               • child care resource and referral
  in appearance, performance, ability and culture.
                                                                               • curriculum consultant
• demonstrate effective communication skills with children,
  colleagues and parents.
• develop and exhibit professional and ethical standards of
  integrity, confidentiality, personal growth and collaborative
  teamwork in College classrooms and field assignments.
                                                                              Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                   While the A.A.S. degree leads to
                                                                                 immediate employment, SUNY
                                                                                 Orange students have successfully
                                                                                 transferred. Please check with the
                                                                                 intended transfer school for
                                                                                 details.




                                                                             Contact Information
                                                                                         Education
                                                                                      Department Chair
                                                                                          341-4482
                                                                                      Admissions Office
                                                                                       (845) 341-4030




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Early Childhood Development and Care
Degree Awarded: Certificate



Recommended Course Sequence                                   Program Description
                                                                The Early Childhood Development and Care certificate
     First Semester                     Credits               program is designed to develop professional career skills in
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1               3               preparation for entry level positions in a variety of early
     PSY 101 General Psychology 1             3               childhood fields. Students will complete 60 hours of
     EDU 105 Preparing to Teach Young                         observation in local early learning centers in addition to
               Children                       2               College classroom time. This field work provides an
                                                              opportunity to link theory with hands-on practice.
     EDU 101 Child Development 1++            3
                                                              Students will be required to demonstrate an understanding
     EDU 107 Mandated Training                1               of the theories related to child development, the techniques
     EDU 201 Observation & Assessment++       3               for fostering such development and the operation of a child
     Second Semester                                          care facility. Nine of the 12 courses in the ECDC certificate
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2               3               program directly relate to early childhood. All courses
     EDU 102 Child Development 2++#           3               apply to an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in
                                                              Early Childhood Development and Care. A grade of C
     PED 156 Infant/Child First Aid & CPR     1
                                                              (2.00) or better is required in all EDU courses for
     EDU 111 Childhood Health and Safety      3               progression in the program and graduation.
     EDU 202 Infant Toddler Development++# 3
     EDU 206 Administration & Management# or
     EDU 208 Home, School, and Community# 3                   Admission Criteria
                                                                 Admission to this program requires that students be high
                                       Total Credits: 31      school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
                                                              (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
                                                              may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
     ++ Local daytime observations beyond college classroom   Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
       required.                                              eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
     # Offered Spring semester ONLY                           details on the admission process for all applicants.)




96                     www.sunyorange.edu                                                                        Fall 2010
                                                    Early Childhood Development and Care
                                                                                    Degree Awarded: Certificate




Student Learning Outcomes                                                  Career Opportunities
Students will:                                                                  Entry level or aide positions in:
• demonstrate knowledge of physical, intellectual, language,                    • child care centers
  creative, social and emotional domains by incorporating                       • preschools
  developmentally appropriate practices in an early childhood                   • nursery schools.
  environment.
• apply knowledge by effectively planning relevant stage and age
  level learning activities using varied curricula and lesson plan
  formats.
• provide a balanced learning atmosphere evidenced by an
  appropriate physical environment and supportive cognitive and
  affective methods.
• welcome and integrate into their classroom an unbiased
  understanding and appreciation of a population that is diverse in
  appearance, performance, ability and culture.
• demonstrate effective communication skills with children,
                                                                           Transfer Opportunities
  colleagues and parents.
• develop and exhibit professional and ethical standards of integrity,              The ECDC certificate is
  confidentiality, personal growth and collaborative teamwork in                designed to prepare graduates
  College classrooms and field assignments.                                     for immediate entry into the
                                                                                workplace. However, every
                                                                                credit from the certificate will
                                                                                apply to the SUNY Orange
                                                                                ECDC A.A.S. degree.




                                                                           Contact Information
                                                                                         Education
                                                                                      Department Chair
                                                                                          341-4482
                                                                                      Admissions Office
                                                                                       (845) 341-4030




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Electrical Technology–Telecommunications
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



Recommended Course Sequence                         Program Description
                                                      The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
     First Semester                      Credits    Electrical Technology–Telecommunications prepares
     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3    graduates to succeed in a variety of technical fields such as
     ENG 160 Technical Writing Module        1.5    telecommunications, health care, utilities, manufacturing
     PHY 111 Applied Physics 1                 3    and other related electronic occupations.
     MAT 121 College Algebra or higher         3       In the course curriculum, students learn the basics of DC
     EET 101 Electric Circuits                 4    and AC electrical circuits. They build and test digital
     EET 110 Computer Appl. and Graphics       3    electronic, analog electronic and telecommunications
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness     1    circuits. Students research, build and present a wireless
                                                    communications project. Most courses in the program are a
     Second Semester
                                                    combination of lecture and lab. The lecture covers the
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2                3    theoretical aspect of the curriculum, while the lab provides
     _______ Social Science Elective           3    hands-on experience, as well as reinforcing the concepts.
     MAT 122 College Trigonometry or higher 3         A new state-of-the-art telecommunications lab, coupled
     EET 106 Telecommunications 1              4    with courses teaching current technology and internships,
     EET 104 Digital Electronics               4    will provide students with a well rounded education and
     Third Semester                                 jobs with highly competitive salaries.
     ENG 161 Technical Writing Module        1.5      While A.A.S. graduates are prepared to enter the
     EET 201 Electronics 1                     4    workforce immediately, many students choose to transfer to
     EET 107 Telecommunications 2              4    upper-level programs leading to a bachelor's degree in
     EET 206 Telecommunications 3              4    technology. If students are considering this, they should
     PES ____ Physical Education               1    consult with the department chair and advisors for
                                                    program planning. Special planning is available for students
     Fourth Semester                                entering the program with previous college credit or
     _______ Social Science Elective           3    equivalent training/work experience.
     EET 202 Electronics 2                     4
     EET 204 Digital Electronics 2             4
     EET 230 Internship-Technology             3    Admission Criteria
                                                       Admission to this program requires that students be high
                                Total Credits: 64   school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
                                                    (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
                                                    may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
                                                    Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
                                                    eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
                                                    details on the admission process for all applicants.)




98                  www.sunyorange.edu                                                                 Fall 2010
                                         Electrical Technology–Telecommunications
                                                                     Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



                                                                         Career Opportunities
Student Learning Outcomes
                                                                                 Students successfully completing
Students will:                                                                 the program should be qualified
• develop logical techniques for designing, implementing and                   for entry level careers in the
  maintaining advanced telecommunications and electronic systems.              telecommunications field and
                                                                               other related fields in electronics.
• learn the practical skills required to design and troubleshoot
  telecommunications and electronic systems.                                      Graduates of the program are
                                                                               currently working at:
• develop techniques to reason out new concepts.
                                                                               • Time Warner Cable
• develop methods to maintain currency in the technology fields.               • Citizens/Frontier
• utilize mathematics and computer software as the basic tools for               Communications
  design and analysis of complex telecommunications and electronic             • Verizon Communications
  systems.                                                                     • Orange Regional Medical
• develop the ability to communicate effectively in both a written               Center
  and oral format.                                                             • Orange and Rockland
• promote and develop teamwork and team building as an effective               • Con Edison
  tool for increased productivity.                                             • IBM
• Mimic and develop standard workplace competencies.                           • and in a variety of technical
                                                                                 positions requiring a
                                                                                 telecommunications and
                                                                                 electronics background


                                                                         Transfer Opportunities
                                                                                 While the A.A.S. degree leads to
                                                                               immediate employment, SUNY
                                                                               Orange students have successfully
                                                                               transferred.
                                                                                 If a student plans to pursue a
                                                                               four-year degree program, he or
                                                                               she should see the department
                                                                               chair or a faculty advisor as soon
                                                                               as possible.
                                                                                 SUNY Orange students have
                                                                               successfully transferred to:
                                                                               • Fairleigh Dickinson University
                                                                               • New York Institute of
                                                                                 Technology
                                                                               • Rochester Institute of Technology
                                                                               • SUNY Farmingdale
                                                                               • SUNY Utica


                                                                         Contact Information
                                                                                     Applied Technologies
                                                                                      Department Chair
                                                                                           341-4523
                                                                                      Admissions Office
                                                                                       (845) 341-4030




Fall 2010                                                                 www.sunyorange.edu                     99
Engineering Science
Degree Awarded: Associate in Science



Recommended Course Sequence                                    Program Description
  First Semester-Fall                  Credits                   The Associate in Science degree program in Engineering
                                                               Science is designed specifically to enable students to
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                 3                 transfer, with junior status, to the upper-level engineering
  CHM 105 General Chemistry 1                4                 college or university of their choice, where they can
  PHY 103 Physics for Science & Eng. 1       4                 complete the B.S. Degree in Engineering. As such, the
  MAT 205 Calculus 1                         4                 program provides the same core courses that would be
  EGR 101 Engineering 1                      3                 encountered in the first two years of study at most four-
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness      1                 year institutions offering engineering degrees in the
                                                               following disciplines:
  Second Semester-Spring
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                 3                   • Aeronautical Engineering
  PHY 104 Physics for Science & Eng. 2       4                   • Architectural Engineering
  CHM 106 General Chemistry 2                4                   • Biological Engineering
  MAT 206 Calculus 2                         4
  EGR 102 Engineering 2                      3                   • Chemical Engineering, ChE
  PES ____ Physical Education (two)          1                   • Civil Engineering, CE
  Third Semester-Fall                                            • Computer Engineering
  ________ SUNY Social Science (GE 3)        3                   • Electrical Engineering, EE
  PHY 203 Physics for Science & Eng. 3       4
                                                                 • Environmental Engineering
  MAT 207 Calculus 3                         4
  EGR 205 Mechanics 1 (Statics)              4                   • Geological Engineering
  ________ Engineering Elective              3                   • Materials Engineering
  Fourth Semester-Spring                                         • Mechanical Engineering, ME
  _______ SUNY American History (GE 4) 3
                                                                 • Nuclear Engineering
  MAT 214 Differential Equations &Series     4
  EGR 206 Mechanics 2 (Dynamics)             4                   Core courses in calculus, chemistry, engineering physics
  ________ Engineering Elective              3                 and engineering science constitute the nucleus of this
  ________ Engineering Elective           2/3                  program. Selected courses in the liberal arts support and
                                                               enhance this central core.
                                  Total Credits: 72-73           To begin the two year program, students must be at the
                                                               mathematical level of Calculus 1 (MAT 205) or must have
  Note: Students must take a minimum of three courses          completed either College Trigonometry* (MAT 122) or
    (eight credits) from the following depending on their      Pre-Calculus Mathematics* (MAT 131).
    area of specialization:
    Thermodynamics (EGR 214) summer                              Students who do not meet the above requirements should
    Solid Mechanics (EGR 220) spring                           not be discouraged. Many students, who have either missed
    Circuit Theory      (EGR 212) spring                       some foundational courses or who have family/job
    Modern Physics (PHY 204)
    Materials Science (EGR 218) fall                           commitments, opt to take the extended program, which
    Linear Algebra      (MAT 209) fall/summer                  prepares them for Calculus 1 (MAT 205). Although this
    Engineering Computations (EGR 216)                         path will require more than four semesters, it enables
  Students majoring in chemical, biological or environmental   students to reach their educational goal and to work as
    engineering should plan to take:
     Organic Chemistry I (CHM201) and                          professional engineers in the above-mentioned fields.
     Organic Chemistry II (CHM202)                             Students taking the extended option should meet with their
  Computer Engineering majors should take:                     advisor to arrange a planned course of study.
     Computer Science II (CSC 102) and
     Data Structures        (CSC 201).                            The Engineering Science program at SUNY Orange
  (Organic Chemistry II or Data Structures may be              strives to form a student's ability to think critically in real
    substituted for Mechanics II with the permission of the    time, to develop a professional work ethic built on
    department chair.) Proper advising is crucial for proper   cooperation and group problem solving, and to provide the
    course selection.
                                                               rigorous conceptual and ethical framework required in a
                                                               field where professional competence is expected.

                                                               *These prerequisite courses may be taken in the summer.


100                   www.sunyorange.edu                                                                                 Fall 2010
                                                                         Engineering Science
                                                                       Degree Awarded: Associate in Science




Admission Criteria                                                  Career Opportunities
  Admission to this program requires that students be high school
graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas (GEDs). If             • private sector engineering
students are not high school graduates, they may be eligible for            firms
admission to the College’s 24 Credit Hour Program. If students           • research and development
are home schooled, they may be eligible for admission. (See pages          opportunities in private and
7 through 13 for more details on the admission process for all             public sector
applicants.)
                                                                         • engineering positions in city,
  Students must have tested into or completed Calculus 1 (MAT              state or federal agencies
205) to begin progress toward this degree. If recent high school
graduates have concerns about their mathematics preparation they         • excellent background for
should consider taking Pre-Calculus Mathematics (MAT 109)                  other fields, i.e. law or
during the summer before their entrance into the program.                  medicine


Student Learning Outcomes
                                                                    Transfer Opportunities
 Students will:
• demonstrate literacy in the basic mathematical, computational            SUNY Orange has special
  and scientific languages of Engineering Science.                       relationships with upper-level
• demonstrate a mastery of communication skills, both written and        colleges and universities for
  oral, especially in their applications to Engineering Science.         transfer.
• demonstrate literacy in a programming language and in computer           These transfer institutions
  assisted techniques for engineering design.                            include:
• plan, organize and implement laboratory experiments and prepare        •   Clarkson University
  a formal detailed laboratory report of findings.                       •   Manhattan College
• set up and solve Engineering Science problems, using advanced          •   New Mexico Tech
  mathematical techniques, with and without computers.                   •   Ohio State University
• conduct herself or himself in a professional manner consistent         •   Penn State University
  with acceptable standards and ethics.                                  •   Rensselaer Polytechnic
                                                                             University (RPI)
                                                                         •   Stevens Institute of
                                                                             Technology
                                                                         •   SUNY Binghamton
                                                                         •   SUNY Buffalo
                                                                         •   SUNY New Paltz.
                                                                         •   SUNY Stony Brook
                                                                         •   Syracuse University
                                                                         •   University of Colorado
                                                                         •   University of Dayton
                                                                         •   University of Illinois


                                                                    Contact Information
                                                                            Science, Engineering and
                                                                         Architecture Department Chair
                                                                                    341-4571
                                                                               Admissions Office
                                                                                 (845) 341-4030




Fall 2010                                                            www.sunyorange.edu                     101
Exercise Studies
Degree Awarded: Associate in Science



Recommended Course Sequence                                      Program Description
                                                                   The Associate in Science degree program in Exercise
  First Semester                         Credits                 Studies is designed for students who are interested in
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                   3                 professional areas of fitness and exercise specialties in a
  _______ SUNY Math (GE 1) - MAT 102 or                          variety of physical fitness/health promotion programs. This
             higher                            3                 program prepares students to pursue further education and
  BIO 110 Introduction to Biology              4                 careers in such fields as athletics, medicine, instruction,
                                                                 research and community health. Completing this degree
  PEM____ Skills                               1
                                                                 program, students will have built a base knowledge and
  PED 100 Introduction to Phys. Ed. or                           prepare for transfer to four-year programs including
  PED 101 Introduction to Exercise Studies     2                 physical education, health and wellness programs, exercise
  PED 150 First Aid                            2                 physiology or nutrition.
  _______ Restricted SUNY Elective*            3
                                                                   The theoretical coursework is concentrated in the areas
  Second Semester                                                of human movement, exercise physiology, exercise
  BIO 111 Anatomy and Physiology 1                         4     prescription and fitness assessment. These classes give
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                               3     students a broad background in, as well as a practical
  _______   SUNY Social Science (GE 3)                     3     experience with, the mechanics and physiology of the
  PEM___ Skills                                            1     human body with regard to fitness, health and well-being.
                                                                 The Exercise Studies students complete specific lifetime
  PED 201 Introduction to Human Movement^                  3
                                                                 and sport skills coursework. In addition, students complete
  BIO 125 Nutrition                                        3     coursework in a broad liberal arts education; this work
  Third Semester                                                 includes study in arts, foreign language, English, history,
  BIO 112 Anatomy & Physiology 2                           4     and sociology.
  PED 112 Contemporary Health                              3
  PED 202 Basic Exercise Physiology @                      3     Admission Criteria
  COM 101 Foundations of Communication                     3
                                                                    Admission to this program requires that students be high
  PEM____ Skills                                           1
                                                                 school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
  PED_____ Exercise Studies Elective**                   2/3     (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
  Fourth Semester                                                may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
  PED 203 Physical Fitness & EXRX+ and                     3     Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
                                                                 eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
  PED 204 Lab Fitness Assessment+                          1
                                                                 details on the admission process for all applicants.)
  ________ Restricted History Elective**                   3
  PED____ Exercise Studies Capstone                        2       In addition, students must declare themselves exercise
  PED____ Exercise Studies Practicum                       2     studies majors and meet with a Movement Science faculty
  PES 111 Substance Abuse                                  3     member to review their career goals and course selections.
                                                                 Once students are accepted, they are required to attend one
                                                                 of the program orientation sessions.
  Total Credits                                       64/65


  * SUNY American History (GE 4) or Western Civilization
    (GE 5) or Other World Civilization (GE 6) list
  **Any PED course NOT required in the above curriculum
  ***SUNY Arts (GE 8) or Foreign Languages (GE 9) list or
    any list not selected from the Restricted History elective
  + PED 203 & 204 are co-requisites and MUST be taken
    together
  ^ PED 201 has a pre/co-requisites of BIO 111
  @ PED 202 has a pre/co-requisites of BIO 112




102                   www.sunyorange.edu                                                                          Fall 2010
                                                                                 Exercise Studies
                                                                      Degree Awarded: Associate in Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                              Career Opportunities
 Students will:                                                             •   athletic trainer
• possess a broad educational background which includes                     •   cardiac technician
  humanities, mathematics, social sciences, biological sciences,            •   coach
  and technologies to prepare for transfer to a four-year                   •   director of recreation
  institution for a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science.
                                                                            •   exercise physiologist
• prepare and sit for the national personal trainer and or group            •   health instructor
  fitness instructor exam.                                                  •   personal trainer
• learn problem solving and critical thinking in context to the             •   physical educator
  world of exercise science.                                                •   recreational therapist
• design, implement, manage and evaluate health promotion,                  •   strength and conditioning
  wellness programs and recreational opportunities.                             coach
• demonstrate appropriate skills and abilities for the physical             •   sports agent
  fitness assessment and exercise prescription for apparently               •   sports equipment designer
  healthy individuals and special populations.                              •   weight management
                                                                                specialist
• reflect upon their personal experiences in physical activity and
  improve their own levels of skills and fitness.                           •   wellness coordinator
                                                                            •   cardiopulmonary
• welcome the idea of being "physically educated."                              rehabilitation specialist
                                                                            •   community health director


                                                                       Transfer Opportunities

                                                                              SUNY Orange has special
                                                                            relationships with upper-level
                                                                            colleges and universities for
                                                                            transfer.
                                                                              These transfer institutions
                                                                            include:
                                                                            • Dominican College
                                                                            • East Stroudsburg University
                                                                            • Montclair State University
                                                                            • Queens College
                                                                            • SUNY Brockport
                                                                            • SUNY Cortland




                                                                       Contact Information
                                                                                   Movement Science
                                                                                   Department Chair
                                                                                       341-4245
                                                                                   Admissions Office
                                                                                    (845) 341-4030




Fall 2010                                                            www.sunyorange.edu                     103
Honors Program
Degree Awarded: Associate in Arts, Science or Applied Science
Member of the National Collegiate Honors Council and Regional NCHC


 Program Requirements                                                    Program Description
      A.A. Degree                                                          The Honors Program was created to offer highly
                                                                         motivated and talented students an opportunity to
      6 credits Honors English:ENG 101H and ENG 102H
                                                                         develop their potential more fully as they study for the
      3 credits Honors Social Science
                                                                         associate degree. Honors courses are selected from the
      3 credits Honors Humanities
                                                                         areas of: English, social science, arts, communication,
      MAT 205       Calculus 1 *
                                                                         humanities, math, biology, movement science and
      HON 201H Honors Seminar
                                                                         business. Honors sections of these courses follow the
                    (3 semesters, 1 credit each) ***
                                                                         Socratic dialogue format and offer enrichment
      HON 120H Service Learning (1 cr) freshman year
                                                                         through alternative texts, outside readings, research
      HON 288H Honors Capstone: Planning &Research
                                                                         projects and abstract concept development beyond the
      HON 289H Honors Capstone: Writing &
                                                                         traditional course section. Additionally, students
                    Presentation
      A.S. Degree                                                        complete three Honors seminars, the service course
                                                                         and the capstone project.
      6 credits Honors English: ENG 101H and ENG 102H
      6 credits Honors Social Science                                      The Honors Program is open to both full and part-
      MAT 205       Calculus 1 *                                         time degree-seeking students.
      HON 201H Honors Seminar
                    (3 semesters, 1 credit each) **
      HON 120H Service Learning (1 cr) freshman year                     Student Learning Outcomes
      HON 288H Honors Capstone: Planning & Research                          Students will:
      HON 289H Honors Capstone: Writing &
                                                                             • engage in interdisciplinary academic inquiry
                    Presentation
      A.A.S. Degree                                                          • raise cultural awareness
      6 credits Honors English: ENG 101H and ENG 102H                        • strengthen community responsibility
      6 credits Honors Social Science or
      3 credits Honors Social Science and                                    • develop transformational leadership
      3 credits Honors Humanities *                                        For expanded student learning outcomes, please visit
      MAT 205       Calculus 1 *                                         the Honors web page at www.sunyorange.edu/honors.
      HON 201H Honors Seminar
                    (3 semesters, 1 credit each) **
      HON 120       Service Learning (1 cr) freshman year                Admission Criteria
      HON 288H Honors Capstone: Planning & Research                        Admission requirements are for first-time college
      HON 289H Honors Capstone: Writing and                              students, transfers, current SUNY Orange students,
                    Presentation                                         GED holders and 24 Credit Hour students.
                                                                             All Applicants:
      * May be fulfilled by taking one of the following math courses
        and one of the following four credit lab science courses,        •     must complete the Honors Program application.
        depending upon degree requirements:
                                                                         •     must take the required College Placement
             Math: MAT 121 College Algebra                                     Assessment in English and math and place into
                     MAT 125 Introduction to Statistics                        Freshman English 1. Those who have taken and
                     MAT 131 Pre-Calculus                                      passed a college-level English class may obtain an
        Lab Science: PHY 101 General Physics 1                                 Assessment Waiver. Information is available on the
                     CHM 105 General Chemistry 1                               College’s web site.
                     BIO 101 General Biology 1
                                                                         •     must provide two letters of recommendation from
      ** The seminar, service and capstone credits are not part of any         faculty, counselors, administrators or mentors.
        degree requirement, but are a requirement for the Honors
        Program. They are restricted to those students who have
        been admitted into the program.
                                                                               Students who already possess a first Honors
                                                                               degree may not seek a second should they
                                                                               pursue a second degree at SUNY Orange.



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                                                                                             Honors Program
                                                    Degree Awarded: Associate in Arts, Science or Applied Science


                                                                                Transfer Opportunities
Additionally:
                                                                                      Completion of the Honors
1. First time college students must be graduates of a college                         program may enhance transfer
   prep high school program with at least one of the                                  and scholarship opportunities
   following: 1) high school average of 90% at the end of                             to more selective colleges and
   junior year; 2) class rank in the top 10% of the class; 3)                         universities    and    prepare
   combined SAT score of 1200 (math + verbal) or 1800 (3                              students for the academic work
   parts); 4) ACT score of 27.                                                        required for continued pursuit
   Home schooled students and GED holders are welcome to                              of undergraduate and graduate
   the Honors Program. They must talk with Admissions and                             degrees.
   the Honors Program Coordinator to discuss eligibility.                               Our students have success-
2. High school seniors with accumulated college credits:                              fully transferred to many
                                                                                      prestigious schools including:
   a) Between 1 and 11.5 credits must meet the requirements
   for first time college students and have attained a                                • Smith
   cumulative average of 3.5 for completed college courses.                           • Clemson University
   b) Twelve or more credits must meet transfer student                               • Rensselear Polytechnic
   requirements.                                                                        University (RPI)
3. Transfer students with 12 or more credits must have a GPA                          • Vassar
  of 3.5 and must provide a two- to five-page typed essay to
  be evaluated as part of the admissions application.                                 • Emerson University
  Honors courses taken at other colleges will be accepted                             • American University
  toward the SUNY Orange Honors Program, where
  appropriate, following current transfer course guidelines.
 Students may meet an Honors English course requirement                          Requirements for Honors
 with a course previously taken at another college with a                        Designation
 grade of “A” in an appropriate transfer English course or a                            In order for students to show
 grade of 4 in Advanced Placement English from high school.                           the Honors Designation on
 If AP English, student must also submit the essay                                    their transcripts and seal on
 component of the AP English exam for evaluation; however,                            their     diplomas         upon
 the Honors Program required credits must be made up with                             graduation, they must have
 other Honors courses, in consultation with the Program                               been accepted to and have
 Coordinator.                                                                         attained the following in the
4. Current SUNY Orange students, including 24 Credit Hour                             Honors Program:
  students, must have a GPA of 3.5 and provide an essay to                            1. Completion of all degree
  be included with the admissions application for evaluation.                            requirements;
  Note: If students have already achieved an “A” in SUNY                              2. Achievement of a 3.5 GPA at
  Orange’s Freshman English 1 and/or 2*, the above noted                                 the time of graduation, with
  essay and Honors English 1 and/or 2 requirement will be                                no semester GPA less than
  satisfied. Still, the three or six Honors credits must be made                         3.0.
  up with other Honors courses, in consultation with the
  Program Coordinator.

* Dependent upon major
                                                                                 Contact Information
                                                                                             Honors Program
     Students who are are not in the Honors Program but                                        Coordinator
   are interested in taking an Honors course should contact                                   (845) 341-4004
   the Honors Program Coordinator.                                                              Admissions
                                                                                              (845) 341-4030




Fall 2010                                                                     www.sunyorange.edu                    105
Human Services
Degree Awarded: Associate in Science



Recommended Course Sequence                                 Program Description
                                                              The Associate in Science degree program in Human
   First Semester                      Credits              Services prepares graduates to transfer and complete a
   ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3              bachelor’s degree in human services, psychology or
   COM 101 Foundations of Communication 3                   sociology. Because of the broad liberal arts component,
   PSY 101 General Psychology 1              3              concentration in psychology and sociology with field
   SOC 120 Social Problems                   3              experiences in at least two human services agencies, the
                                                            program also prepares the graduate for employment as a
   HMS 101 Intro to Human Services           3
                                                            direct care worker.
   PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness     1
   Second Semester                                            The primary goal of the curriculum is the development of
                                                            critical thinking and clinical problem solving skills as they
   ENG 102 Freshman English 2                3              relate to populations served by human service agencies.
   _______ SUNY American History (GE 4) 3                   The program offers introductory coursework in human
   PSY 102 General Psychology 2              3              services, psychology and sociology, writing skills directly
   ________ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3-4                 related to the human services field, and field experiences in
   PHL 220 Ethics                            3              at least two human service agencies. Most courses are
   PES ____ Physical Education               1              offered each year, often in the Fall, Spring and Summer
                                                            semesters. Field Studies in human services are offered each
   Third Semester
                                                            year: Field Studies 1 in the Fall semester, and Field Studies
   _______ SUNY Other/World                                 2 in the Spring. The course of study may be pursued on a
             Civilizations (GE 6)            3              part-time basis, daytime or evening. Some courses are
   _______ SUNY Arts Course (GE 8)           3              available on Saturdays.
   SOC 101 Intro to Sociology                3                This program was developed in support of both the
   MAT ___ Restricted SUNY Math course* 3                   Coalition for Direct Care Providers and the New York State
   HMS 201 Human Services Field Exp 1        2              Family Development Training and Credentialing Program
   ENG 160 Technical Writing               1.5              goals. Students may seek tuition assistance through the
   Fourth Semester                                          Coalition for Direct Care Providers.
   _______ SUNY Western Civilization (GE 5) 3
   _______ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9) 3                   Admission Criteria
   SOC 231 Family                            3
                                                               Admission to this program requires that students be high
   PSY ___ Psychology Elective*              3              school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
   HMS 202 Human Services Field Exp 2        2              (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
   ENG 161 Technical Writing               1.5              may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
                                                            Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
                                Total Credits: 63-64        eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
                                                            details on the admissions process for all applicants.)
   * either MAT 102 or (if tested into MAT 121 or higher)
     MAT 125                                                  Students may begin taking the required program courses
                                                            upon completion of all required developmental courses.
   **PSY 220    Developmental Psychology                    Students are also required to:
     PSY 221    Child Psychology
     PSY 222    Adolescent Psychology                       • complete two field placement courses, each requiring 48
     PSY 230    Abnormal Psychology                           hours of observation/interaction in at least two human
     PSY 223    Adulthood and Aging                           service settings, with a grade of C or better.
                                                            • have an overall C average upon completion of all
                                                              coursework.


This program can be completed in its entirety at either
 the Middletown campus or the Newburgh campus.




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                                                                                   Human Services
                                                                         Degree Awarded: Associate in Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                                 Career Opportunities
Students will:
                                                                               • In-patient and out-patient
• develop a portfolio demonstrating application of theory, goals and             mental health and
  objectives associated with current direct care positions in the                rehabilitation facilities such as
  human services field.                                                          AHRC, Occupations Inc.,
• demonstrate appropriate critical thinking and problem solving                  RSS and MHA
  skills necessary to continue their education toward a four-year              • State facilities such as MPC,
  degree or seek entry level employment in a human service agency.               Mid-Hudson and Crystal
• interact with recipients, families and professionals in a manner               Run.
  that demonstrates an appreciation of cultural and socioeconomic              • social services agencies
  diversity.
• demonstrate an awareness of an appreciation of the goals and
  objectives set forth by the Coalition for Direct Care Providers and
  New York State Family Training and Credentialing Program
  (FDC).
                                                                          Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                 SUNY Orange has special
                                                                               relationships with upper-level
                                                                               colleges and universities for
                                                                               transfer.
                                                                                 These transfer institutions
                                                                               include:
                                                                               • SUNY four year schools
                                                                               • other public and private
                                                                                 institutions
                                                                               • transfer agreements are
                                                                                 being developed with SUNY
                                                                                 New Paltz’s Direct Care
                                                                                 Program and Mount St.
                                                                                 Mary’s Human Services
                                                                                 Degree Program




                                                                          Contact Information
                                                                                    Psychology/Sociology
                                                                                     Department Chair
                                                                                       (845) 341-4344
                                                                                     Admissions Office
                                                                                       (845) 341-4030




Fall 2010                                                               www.sunyorange.edu                    107
International Studies
Degree Awarded: Associate in Arts



Recommended Course Sequence                        Program Description
                                                     The Associate in Arts degree program in International
  First Semester                         Credits   Studies provides students with a range of studies that
  ENG 101   Freshman English 1              3      emphasize the interconnections among global political,
                                                   economic, social, and cultural events and processes. As
  COM 101   Foundations of Communication 3
                                                   globalization literally makes the world a smaller place,
  MAT ___   SUNY Math (GE 1)              3/4      International Studies helps prepare students to take
  GEO 102   Human Geography or                     advantage of those changes, both in terms of their personal
  ANT 101   Cultural Anthropology           3      growth and career opportunities. The degree is designed to
  POL 220   Comparative Governments         3      prepare students for transfer and continued academic
  PES 100   Concepts of Physical Wellness   1      success within a liberal arts setting, especially one dedicated
  Second Semester                                  to the study of international and global events. This
                                                   program also features a solid grounding in liberal arts
  ENG 102   Freshman English 2                 3   education.
  PSY 101   General Psychology 1               3
                                                     The curriculum is designed to include a broad range of
  _______   SUNY Natural Science (GE 2)      3/4   courses with international themes in the humanities and
  POL 221   International Relations            3   social sciences. In addition to core courses in the liberal arts
  HIS 121   World History to 1500              3   common to many programs, International Studies requires
  PES ___   Physical Education                 1   students to take classes in foreign languages, international
  Third Semester                                   relations, world history and international literature.
                                                   Through these courses, students will develop critical
  ENG 203/4 World Literature                  3    learning skills, a foundation of knowledge about the
  HIS 122 World History Since 1500            3    international system and the ability to clearly write, analyze
  _______ SUNY Art (GE 8)                     3    and communicate about concepts in the discipline.
  _______ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)
           (Elementary 2 or above)            3
  ECO 201 Macro-Economics                     3    Admission Criteria
  Fourth Semester                                     Admission to this program requires that students be high
                                                   school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
  ENG 225 International Literature            3    (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
  ________ General Elective                   3    may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
  ________ Liberal Arts Science or                 Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
           Math (MAT 113 or higher)          3/4   eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
  ________ Restricted Elective*                3   details on the admission process for all applicants.)
  ________ Restricted Elective*                3

                            Total Credits: 62-64


  * Choose two of the following courses:
  COM 211 Intercultural Communications
  ECO 203 Economic Development
  HIS 123 Latin American Heritage
  HIS 124 Africa: Past and Present
  HIS 133 Modern Europe
  HIS 220 Modern China and Japan
  HIS 222 The Middle East
  _______ Non-Western Art
  _______ Foreign Language Intermediate 1
            or higher
  BUS 207 Intro to International Business




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                                                                              Degree Awarded: Associate in Arts




Student Learning Outcomes                                                   Career Opportunities
Students will:
                                                                                 • language interpreter
• develop a foundation of essential knowledge about the cultural,                • high school teacher
  social and natural worlds, and processes contributing to
                                                                                 • international business
  globalization and interdependence.
                                                                                 • international law
• understand both the commonalities and diversity of human                       • government or diplomatic
  experiences, values and opinions among and between cultures.                     work
• understand the forms of international artistic expressions and                 • export-import work
  their inherent creative processes.
• think critically, applying systematic reasoning, information
  management and quantitative skills.
• communicate effectively in English and develop a basis for
  continued progress in acquiring skills in a language other than
  English.
• be prepared for transfer to, and success at, upper-level institutions     Transfer Opportunities
  offering programs of study in International Relations.
                                                                                   SUNY Orange has special
                                                                                 relationships with upper-level
                                                                                 colleges and universities for
                                                                                 transfer.
                                                                                   These transfer institutions
                                                                                 include:
                                                                                 • four-year SUNY units
                                                                                 • a variety of public and
                                                                                   private four-year colleges
                                                                                   with whom articulation
                                                                                   agreements    are   under
                                                                                   development




                                                                            Contact Information
                                                                                        Global Studies
                                                                                       Department Chair
                                                                                        (845) 341-4828
                                                                                       Admissions Office
                                                                                        (845) 341-4030




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Degree Awarded: Associate in Arts



Recommended Course Sequence                                      Program Description
  JRTEP A.A. — B-2 English                                         The Associate in Arts degree in this Jointly Registered
                                                                 Teacher Education Program (JRTEP) is primarily for
  First Semester                        Credits                  students who plan to transfer to SUNY New Paltz or
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                  3                  another SUNY school and become certified to teach in
  COM 101 Foundations of Communication        3                  New York State in either Early Childhood, Elementary or
  HIS 101 US History to 1865 or                                  Secondary Education. Developed by Orange County
  HIS 102 US History since 1865               3                  Community College and SUNY New Paltz, this jointly
  PSY 101 General Psychology 1                3                  registered liberal arts/teacher education program has been
  MAT 111 Foundations of Elementary                              approved by the New York State Education Department.
            School Mathematics                3                  Students in this program are, at the same time, given
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness       1                  priority status for admission consideration into The
                                                                 College at New Paltz. Upon successful completion of the
  Second Semester                                                A.A. or A.S. degree at SUNY Orange, with a minimum
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                  3                  2.75 grade point average, students who are accepted will
  PSY 221 Child Psychology                    3                  transfer to SUNY New Paltz with full junior standing in
  SOC 120 Social Problems                     3                  order to complete the bachelor’s degree.
  ________ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2)     3/4
  EDU 103 Introduction to Early Childhood/                         The primary focus of the JRTEP concentration is to
            Childhood Education++>            3                  develop and integrate critical thinking, problem solving,
                                                                 and creative skills with information and theories about
  Third Semester                                                 education. Coupled with a broad general liberal arts
  ENG___ Restricted English Elective*         3                  foundation, JRTEP students will experience between 10
  ENG___ Restricted English Elective#         3                  and 80 hours of observation in local schools and centers.
  ENG___ Restricted English Elective**        3                  This field work provides excellent practical application
  ________ SUNY Foreign Language -                               opportunities.
            Elementary 1 or Intermediate 1
            (GE 9)                            3                    Students planning to transfer to other SUNY four-year
  EDU 201 Observation and Assessment++        3                  schools may also benefit from these courses. They should
  PES ____ Physical Education                 1                  see their advisor and check transfer credits with transfer
                                                                 school if other than SUNY New Paltz.
  Fourth Semester
  ENG___ Restricted English Elective+         3
  ENG___ Restricted English Elective**        3                  Admission Criteria
  GEO 101 Elements of Physical Geography 3                          Admission to this program requires that students be high
  HIS 122 World History to 1500 or                               school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
            World History since 1500          3                  (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
  _______ SUNY Western Civilization (GE 5) 3                     may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
  _______ SUNY Foreign Language -                                Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
            Elementary 2 (GE9)                                   eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
            or                                                   details on the admission process for all applicants.)
  EDU 202 Infant/Toddler Development++*** 3
                                                                   Before beginning their coursework, JRTEP students must
                                     Total Credits: 65-66        choose an age level: birth to second grade (B-2), first to
                                                                 sixth grade (1-6), or seventh to twelfth grade (7-12). These
                                                                 are NYS Teaching Certification age level categories and
  * ENG 207 or ENG 208 # ENG 209 or ENG 210
  + ENG 211 or ENG 212                                           determine course sequences at SUNY Orange.
  **Choose from the following: ENG 120, ENG 203, ENG 204 ,         Then, students        must    choose    an       educational
     ENG 205, ENG 206, ENG 211, ENG 212, ENG 215, ENG            concentration:
     216, ENG 217, ENG 220, ENG 221, ENG 222, ENG 223,
     ENG 225, ENG 226, ENG 230, ENG 297                          •   English (available in B-2 or 1-6 or 7-12) OR
  ++Local observations beyond college classroom required.
  ***Spring semester only                                        •   History (available in B-2 or 1-6 or 7-12) OR
  > Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS Dept.   •   Spanish (available in B-2 or 1-6 or 7-12) OR
     of Education is required.
                                                                 •   Biology (available in 1-6 or 7-12) OR
                                                                 •   Math (available in 1-6 or 7-12)



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                                                                             Degree Awarded: Associate in Arts




Student Learning Outcomes                                                  Career Opportunities
 Students will:                                                                • classroom teacher
• acquire a broad base of knowledge in the academic area of                    • positions in related
  concentration.                                                                 educational fields, such as
• demonstrate developmentally appropriate practices in teaching                  special education, guidance
  methodology.
• understand, welcome, and integrate an unbiased appreciation of
  a classroom population that is diverse in appearance,
  performance, ability and culture.
• plan effective, relevant, innovative lesson plans adhering to New
  York State Learning Standards and/or National Association for
  the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Standards.
• grow in professional and ethical standards, collaborative               Transfer Opportunities
  teamwork, self-confidence, confidentiality and personal
  achievement.
                                                                                  JRTEP        is    specifically
                                                                                designed to transfer seamlessly
                                                                                to SUNY New Paltz. Other
                                                                                SUNY        and     non-SUNY
                                                                                schools       with      teaching
                                                                                preparatory programs may
                                                                                accept all or a large percentage
                                                                                of credits (see transfer criteria
                                                                                below left).
                                                                                  When      JRTEP       students
                                                                                successfully complete the A.A.
   Transfer Criteria:
                                                                                or A.S. at SUNY Orange, they
   To transfer, SUNY Orange JRTEP students must:                                may apply for transfer to
   • meet all entry criteria for SUNY Orange.                                   SUNY New Paltz to complete
                                                                                the bachelor’s degree. JRTEP
   • declare their intent to be in JRTEP at or prior to registration            applicants are given priority
     for proper advice/courses.                                                 review     and      the   highly
   • complete the courses outlined in their academic concentration.             academically prepared student
   • complete SUNY-mandated General Education Requirements.                     will be accepted first.
   • maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 (some courses
     have higher GPA requirements). SUNY New Paltz
     recommends a GPA of 3.25.
   • complete the A.A. or A.S. degree.
   • complete separate application and/or procedures for SUNY
     New Paltz or another SUNY school.
   • show evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS
     Department of Education.

                                                                           Contact Information
     Note: Because teacher education programs and the New York
                                                                                         Education
   State Education Department certification regulations are precisely
   defined, it is essential that JRTEP students work closely with both                Department Chair
   their SUNY Orange advisor and their New Paltz advisor, who is on                    (845) 341-4482
   the SUNY Orange campus by appointment.                                             Admissions Office
                                                                                       (845) 341-4030



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   JRTEP A.A. — B-2 History                                          JRTEP A.A. — B-2 Spanish
   First Semester                       Credits                      First Semester                       Credits
                                                                     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                 3
   ENG 101 Freshman English 1                 3
                                                                     COM 101 Foundations of Communication       3
   COM 101 Foundations of Communication       3
                                                                     HIS 101 US History to 1865 or
   HIS 133 Modern Europe or
                                                                     HIS 102 US History since 1865              3
   HIS 131 Medieval/Renaissance Europe        3
                                                                     PSY 101 General Psychology 1               3
   PSY 101 General Psychology 1               3
                                                                     SPN 201 Intermediate Spanish 1             3
   MAT 111 Foundations of Elementary
                                                                     EDU 107 Mandated Training                  1
             School Mathematics               3
   PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness      1                      Second Semester
   Second Semester                                                   ENG 102 Freshman English 2                 3
                                                                     HIS 123 Latin American Heritage & History 3
   ENG 102 Freshman English 2                 3
                                                                     MAT 111 Foundations of Elementary
   PSY 221 Child Psychology                   3
                                                                               School Mathematics               3
   _______ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3/4
                                                                     SPN 202 Intermediate Spanish 2             3
   EDU 103 Introduction to Early Childhood/
                                                                     EDU 103 Introduction to Early Childhood/
             Childhood Education++>           3
                                                                               Childhood Education++>           3
   _____     SUNY Arts (GE 8)                 3
                                                                     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness      1
   PES ____ Physical Education                1
                                                                     Third Semester
   Third Semester
                                                                     _______ SUNY Western Civilization (GE 5) 3
   ENG___ Advanced English (ADVE)             3
                                                                     PSY 221 Child Psychology                   3
   GEO 101 Elements of Physical Geography 3
                                                                     _______ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3/4
   HIS 101 US History to 1865                 3
                                                                     SPN 203 Spanish Conversation
   ANT 101 Social/Cultural Anthropology       3
                                                                               and Composition                  3
   _______ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3
                                                                     EDU 201 Observation and Assessment++       3
   EDU 201 Observation and Assessment++       3
                                                                     PES ____ Physical Education                1
   Fourth Semester
   ENG__ Advanced English (ADVE)              3                      Fourth Semester
   HIS 102 US History since 1865              3                      SOC 120 Social Problems                     3
   HIS 220 China and Japan or                                        _______ Add'l Math (MAT 102
   HIS 221 India and Southeast Asia           3                               or higher), Liberal Arts Science
   POL 103 US Government National             3                               or Computer Science              3/4
   _______ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3                           SPN 204 Introduction to Spanish Literature 3
   EDU 202 Infant/Toddler Development++*** 3                         EDU 207 Social and Philosophical
                                                                              Foundations of Education++         3
                                      Total Credits: 68-69           EDU 202 Infant/Toddler Development++*** 3
                                                                     ________ SUNY Arts (GE 8)                   3
   < If completed Elementary Language 1, must also complete
     Elementary Language 2 of the same language. If completed                                           Total Credits: 66-68
     Elementary Language 2, must also complete Intermediate
     Language 1 of the same language. If completed Intermediate       ++Local observations beyond college classroom required.
     Language 1, no other language need be taken.                    ***Spring semester only.
                                                                     > Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS Dept. of
   ++Local observations beyond college classroom required.
                                                                       Education is required.
   ***Spring semester only.
   > Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS Dept. of
     Education is required.




112                   www.sunyorange.edu                                                                               Fall 2010
                          Jointly Registered Teacher Education Program (JRTEP)
                                                                                     Degree Awarded: Associate in Arts



    JRTEP A.A. 1 - 6 English                                       JRTEP A.A. — 1-6 History
    First Semester                                                 First Semester                       Credits
    ENG 101 Freshman English 1               3                     ENG 101 Freshman English 1                 3
    COM 101 Foundations of Communication     3                     COM 101 Foundations of Communication       3
    HIS 101 US History to 1865 or                                  HIS 133 Modern Europe                      3
    HIS 102 US History since 1865            3                     PSY 101 General Psychology 1               3
    MAT 111 Foundations of Elementary                              MAT 111 Foundations of Elementary
              School Mathematics             3                               School Mathematics               3
    ______    SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3                      PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness      1
    PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness    1                     Second Semester
    Second Semester                                                ENG 102 Freshman English 2                 3
    ENG 102 Freshman English 2               3                     HIS 131 Medieval/Renaissance Europe        3
    PSY 101 General Psychology 1             3                     ________ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3/4
    ________ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3/4                       EDU 103 Introduction to Early Childhood/
    ________ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3                                 Childhood Education++>           3
    EDU 103 Introduction to Early Childhood/                       _____     SUNY Arts (GE 8)                 3
              Childhood Education++>         3                     PES ____ Physical Education                1
    PES ____ Physical Education              1                     Third Semester
    Third Semester                                                 ENG __ Advanced English (ADVE)             3
    ENG __ Restricted English Elective*      3                     GEO 101 Elements of Physical Geography 3
    ENG __ Restricted English Elective#      3                     HIS 101 US History to 1865                 3
    ENG __ Restricted English Elective**     3                     ANT 101 Social/Cultural Anthropology       3
    PSY 221 Child Psychology                 3                     _______ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3
    SOC 120 Social Problems                  3                     Fourth Semester
    Fourth Semester                                                ENG __ Advanced English (ADVE)             3
    ENG __ Restricted English Elective+      3                     HIS 102 US History since 1865              3
    ENG___ Restricted English Elective**     3                     HIS 220 China and Japan or
    GEO 101 Elements of Physical Geography 3                       HIS 221 India and Southeast Asia           3
    HIS 121 World History to 1500 or                               POL 103 US Government National             3
    HIS 122 World History since 1500         3                     PSY 221 Child Psychology                   3
    _______ SUNY Western Civilization (GE 5) 3                     _______ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3

                                       Total Credits: 62-63                                           Total Credits: 65-66

    *ENG 207 or ENG 208   #ENG 209 or ENG 210
      +ENG 211 or ENG 212                                          < If completed Elementary Language 1, must also complete
                                                                     Elementary Language 2 of the same language. If completed
    **Choose from the following: ENG 120, ENG 203, ENG 204,          Elementary Language 2, must also complete Intermediate
      ENG 205, ENG 206, ENG 211, ENG 212, ENG 215,                   Language 1. If completed Intermediate Language 1 of the
      ENG 216, ENG 217, ENG 220, ENG 221, ENG 222, ENG               same language, no other language need be taken.
      223, ENG 225, ENG 226, ENG 230, ENG 297                      ++Local observations beyond college classroom required.
    < If completed Elementary Language 1, must also complete       > Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS Dept.
      Elementary Language 2 of the same language. If                 of Education is required.
      completed Elementary Language 2, must also complete
      Intermediate Language 1 of the same language. If
      completed Intermediate Language 1, no other language
      must be taken.If a student takes Intermediate Language 1
      as the first foreign language in this sequence, he or she
      MUST either take the next level of the same language OR
      a non-developmental three-credit academic course to
      replace the credits.
    ++Local observations beyond college classroom required.
    > Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS Dept.
      of Education is required.




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  JRTEP A.A. 1 - 6 Spanish                                       JRTEP A.A. — 7-12 English
  First Semester                       Credits                   First Semester
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                 3                   ENG 101 Freshman English 1#                  3
  COM 101 Foundations of Communication       3                   COM 101 Foundations of Communication         3
  HIS 101 US History to 1865 or                                  HIS 101 US History to 1865 or
  HIS 102 US History since 1865              3                   HIS 102 US History since 1865                3
  MAT 111 Foundations of Elementary                              _______ SUNY Math (GE 1) - MAT 102
            School Mathematics               3                             or higher                          3
  SPN 201 Intermediate Spanish 1             3                   ________ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness      1                   EDU 107 Mandated Training                    1
  Second Semester                                                PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness        1
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                 3                   Second Semester
  PSY 101 General Psychology 1               3                   ENG 102 Freshman English 2#                  3
  _______ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2)        3                   _____     SUNY Arts (GE 8)                   3
  SPN 202 Intermediate Spanish 2             3                   PSY 101 General Psychology 1                 3
  EDU 103 Introduction to Early Childhood/                       _______ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3/4
            Childhood Education++>           3                   _______ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3
  PES ____ Physical Education                1                   PES ____ Physical Education                  1
  Third Semester                                                 Third Semester
  ENG__ Advanced English (ADVE)              3                   ENG 207 English Literature:
  _______ SUNY Western Civilization (GE 5) 3                               14th Through 18th Century          3
  PSY 221 Child Psychology                   3                   ENG 209 American Literature:
  SOC 120 Social Problems                    3                             To the Civil War                   3
  SPN 203 Spanish Conversation and                               ENG ___ Restricted English Elective**        3
            Composition                      3                   ENG ___ Restricted English Elective**        3
  Fourth Semester                                                PSY 222 Psychology of Adolescence            3
  ENG __ Advanced English (ADVE)             3                   EDU 207 Social and Philosophical
  GEO 101 Elements of Physical Geography 3                                 Foundations of Education++>        3
  ________ Restricted SUNY World                                 Fourth Semester
            Civilization*                    3                   ENG 208 English Literature:
  SPN 204 Introduction to Spanish Literature 3                             19th and Early 20th Century        3
  ________ SUNY Arts (GE 8)                  3                   ENG 210 American Literature:
                                                                           1865 to Present                    3
                                    Total Credits: 62-63         ENG ___ Restricted English Elective**        3
                                                                 ________ SUNY Western Civilization (GE 5) 3
                                                                 ________ SUNY Other World
  *HIS 123, HIS 121 or HIS 122                                             Civilization (GE 6)                3
  ++Local observations beyond college classroom required.        ________ Add'l Math (MAT 102 or higher),
  > Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS Dept.             Liberal Arts Science or Computer
    of Education is required.                                              Science                          3/4

                                                                                                   Total Credits: 69-71

                                                                 *Approved math (MAT 102 or higher) or science
                                                                 **Choose from the following: ENG 120, ENG 203, ENG 204,
                                                                   ENG 205, ENG 206, ENG 211, ENG 212, ENG 215, ENG
                                                                   216, ENG 217, ENG 220, ENG 221, ENG 222, ENG 223,
                                                                   ENG 225, ENG 226 , ENG 230, ENG 297
                                                                 <If completed Elementary Language 1, must also complete
                                                                   Elementary Language 2of the same language. If completed
                                                                   Elementary Language 2, must also complete Intermediate
                                                                   Language 1 of the same language. If completed
                                                                   Intermediate Language 1, no other language need be taken.
                                                                 ++Local observations beyond college classroom required
                                                                 # Must earn grade of B or higher
                                                                 > Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS
                                                                   Dept. of Education is required


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                                                                                     Degree Awarded: Associate in Arts



     JRTEP A.A.—7-12 Social Studies                                JRTEP A.A. — 7-12 Spanish
     First Semester                                   Credits      First Semester
     ENG 101   Freshman English 1#                3                ENG 101 Freshman English 1#                  3
     HIS 101   US History to 1865                 3                COM 101 Foundations of Communication         3
     PSY 101   General Psychology 1               3                HIS 101 US History to 1865 or
     _______   SUNY Math (GE 1) - MAT 102                          HIS 102 US History since 1865                3
               or higher                          3                PSY 101 General Psychology 1                 3
     ________ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3/4                      SPN 201 Intermediate Spanish 1               3
     EDU 107 Mandated Training                    1                Second Semester
     Second Semester                                               ENG 102 Freshman English 2#                  3
     ENG 102 Freshman English 2#                  3                PSY 222 Psychology of Adolescence            3
     COM 101 Foundations of Communication         3                _______ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3/4
     HIS 102 US History since 1865                3                SPN 202 Intermediate Spanish 2               3
     PSY 222 Psychology of Adolescence            3                EDU 207 Social and Philosophical
     _____     SUNY Arts (GE 8)                   3                          Foundations of Education++>        3
     PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness        1                EDU 107 Mandated Training                    1
     Third Semester                                                Third Semester
     GEO 102 Human Geography                      3                ENG ___ Restricted English Elective**        3
     ECO 201 Introduction toMacroeconomics 3                       ________ SUNY Western Civilization (GE 5) 3
     HIS 131 Medieval and Renaissance Europe 3                     SOC 120 Social Problems                      3
     ________ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3                      _______ SUNY Math (GE1) - MAT 102
     EDU 207 Social and Philosophical                                        or higher                          3
               Foundations of Education++>        3                SPN 203 Spanish Conversation and
     PES ____ Physical Education                  1                          Composition                        3
                                                                   PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness        1
     Fourth Semester
     ECO 202 Introduction to Microeconomics 3                      Fourth Semester
     HIS ____ Restricted SUNY Social Science** 3                   ENG __ Restricted English Elective**         3
     POL ____ Restricted SUNY Social Science* 3                    HIS 123 Latin American Heritage & History 3
     POL ____ Restricted SUNY Social Science* 3                    _____     Add'l Math (MAT 102 or higher),
     ________ Add'l Math (MAT 102 or higher),                                Liberal Arts Science, or Computer
               Liberal Arts Science or Computer                              Science                          3/4
               Science                          3/4                SPN 204 Introduction to Spanish Literature 3
      ________ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3                     ________ SUNY Arts (GE 8)                    3
                                                                   PES ____ Physical Education                  1
                                       Total Credits: 66-68
                                                                                                   Total Credits: 63-65
     * Choose from the following: POL 102, POL 103, POL 221
     **Choose from the following: HIS 123, HIS 221, HIS 222        **Choose from the following: ENG 120, ENG 203, ENG 204,
     <If completed Elementary Language 1, must also complete         ENG 205, ENG 206, ENG 211, ENG 212, ENG 215, ENG
       Elementary Language 2 of the same language. If completed      216, ENG 217, ENG 220, ENG 221, ENG 222, ENG 223,
       Elementary Language 2, must also complete Intermediate        ENG 225, ENG 226, ENG 230, ENG 297
       Language 1 of the same language. If completed               ++Local observations beyond college classroom required
       Intermediate Language 1, no other language need be taken.   # Must earn grade of B or higher
     ++Local observations beyond college classroom required        > Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS
     # Must earn grade of B or higher                                Dept. of Education is required
     > Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS
       Dept. of Education is required




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Degree Awarded: Associate in Science



Recommended Course Sequence                                      Program Description
                                                                   The Associate in Science degree in this Jointly Registered
  JRTEP A.S. — 1-6 Biology                                       Teacher Education program (JRTEP) is primarily for
                                                                 students who plan to transfer to SUNY New Paltz and
  First Semester                      Credits                    become certified to teach in New York State in either early
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3                    childhood, elementary or secondary education. Students
  PSY 101 General Psychology 1              3                    may transfer to another SUNY school and should check
  BIO 101 General Biology 1                 4                    transfer requirements with transfer school. Upon successful
  MAT 121 College Algebra or Higher         3                    completion of the A.S. degree at SUNY Orange, with a
  _____     Restricted SUNY Elective*       3                    minimum 2.75 grade point average, students who are
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness     1                    accepted will transfer to SUNY New Paltz to complete the
                                                                 bachelor’s degree.
  Second Semester
                                                                   The primary focus of the JRTEP concentration is to
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                               3     develop and integrate critical thinking, problem solving,
  PSY 221 Child Psychology                                 3     and creative skills with information and theories about
  BIO 102 General Biology 2                                4     education. Coupled with a broad general liberal arts
  MAT 111 Foundations of Elementary                              foundation, JRTEP students will experience between 10
           School Mathematics                              3     and 80 hours of observation in local schools and centers.
  _____    Restricted SUNY Elective*                       3     This field work provides excellent practical application
  Third Semester                                                 opportunities.
  BIO 201 Genetics                         4                       Students planning to transfer to other SUNY four-year
  BIO ___ Approved Biology Elective+       3                     schools may also benefit from these courses. They should
  _______ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3                        see their advisor and check transfer credits with transfer
                                                                 school if other than SUNY New Paltz. SUNY Orange
  EDU 103 Introduction to Early Childhood/
                                                                 students are, at the same time, given priority status for
           Childhood Education++>          3                     admission consideration into The College at New Paltz.
  _____    Restricted SUNY Elective*       3
  Fourth Semester
                                                                 Admission Criteria
  COM 101 Foundations of Communication 3
  GEO 101 Elements of Physical Geography 3                          Admission to this program requires that students be high
  BIO 202 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy or                      school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
  BIO 204 General Botany                  4                      (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
                                                                 may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
  _______ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3
                                                                 Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
  _____     Restricted SUNY Elective*     3                      eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
  PES ____ Physical Education             1                      details on the admission process for all applicants.)

                                        Total Credits: 66          Department-Specific Requirements:
                                                                   Before beginning their coursework, JRTEP students must
                                                                 choose an age level: birth to second grade (B-2), first to
                                                                 sixth grade (1-6), or seventh to twelfth grade (7-12). These
  * Student must take one course from each of the following      are NYS Teaching Certification age level categories and
    SUNY General Education Requirements: American                determine course sequences at SUNY Orange.
    History (GE 4); Western Civilization (GE 5);
    Other/World Civilizations (GE 6); and Arts (GE 8)              Then, students       must    choose     an     educational
  + BIO 146, BIO 148 or BIO 143                                  concentration:
  < If completed Elementary Language 1, must also complete
    Elementary Language 2 of the same language. If               • English (available in B-2 or 1-6 or 7-12) OR
    completed Elementary Language 2, must also complete          • History (available in B-2 or 1-6 or 7-12) OR
    Intermediate Language 1 of the same language. If
    completed Intermediate Language 1, no other language         • Spanish (available in B-2 or 1-6 or 7-12) OR
    need be taken.
                                                                 • Biology (available in 1-6 or 7-12) OR
  ++Local observations beyond college classroom required.
  > Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS Dept.   • Math (available in 1-6 or 7-12)
    of Education is required.




116                   www.sunyorange.edu                                                                            Fall 2010
                        Jointly Registered Teacher Education Program (JRTEP)
                                                                       Degree Awarded: Associate in Science




 Student Learning Outcomes                                              Career Opportunities
 Students will:                                                              • public school classroom
 • acquire a broad base of knowledge in liberal arts.                          teacher (pre-K through grade
                                                                               12)
 • acquire and develop technological skills and/or laboratory
   skills.                                                                   • related education positons,
                                                                               such as school psychologist,
 • demonstrate an understanding of the scientific method:                      special education teacher, and
   observation, hypothesis development, measurement and data                   guidance counselor
   collection, evaluation of data, mathematical analysis of data,
   and the ability to draw conclusions.
 • acquire a broad base of knowledge in the academic area of
   concentration.
 • demonstrate developmentally appropriate practices in teaching        Transfer Opportunities
   methodology.
 • understand, welcome and integrate an unbiased appreciation                  JRTEP         is    specifically
   of a classroom population that is diverse in appearance,                  designed to transfer seamlessly
   performance, ability and culture.                                         to SUNY New Paltz. Other
                                                                             SUNY and non-SUNY schools
 • plan effective, relevant, innovative lesson plans adhering to
                                                                             with teaching preparatory
   New York State Learning Standards.
                                                                             programs may accept all or a
 • grow in professional and ethical standards, collaborative                 large percentage of credits (see
   teamwork, self-confidence, confidentiality and personal                   transfer criteria below left).
   achievement.
                                                                               When       JRTEP       students
                                                                             successfully complete the A.A. or
                                                                             A.S. at SUNY Orange, they may
                                                                             apply for transfer to SUNY New
                                                                             Paltz to complete the bachelor’s
                                                                             degree. JRTEP applicants are
 Transfer Criteria:                                                          given priority review, and the
 To transfer, SUNY Orange JRTEP students must:                               highly academically prepared
 • meet all entry criteria for SUNY Orange.                                  student will be accepted first.
 • declare their intent to be in JRTEP at or prior to registration
   for proper advice/courses.
 • complete the courses outlined in their academic concentration.
 • complete SUNY-mandated General Education Requirements.
 • maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 (some courses
   have higher GPA requirements); SUNY New Paltz
   recommends a GPA of 3.25.
 • complete the A.A. or A.S. degree.
 • complete separate application and/or procedures for SUNY
   New Paltz.
 • show evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS
   Department of Education.                                             Contact Information
                                                                                       Education
  Note: Because teacher education programs and the New York
                                                                                   Department Chair
State Education Department certification regulations are precisely
defined, it is essential that JRTEP students work closely with both                 (845) 341-4482
their SUNY Orange advisor and their New Paltz advisor, who is on                   Admissions Office
the SUNY Orange campus by appointment.                                              (845) 341-4030




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 Jointly Registered Teacher Education Program (JRTEP)
Degree Awarded: Associate in Science




 JRTEP A.S. — 1-6 Math                                             JRTEP A.S. —7-12 Biology

 First Semester                     Credits                        First Semester                        Credits
 ENG 101 Freshman English 1               3                        ENG 101 Freshman English 1#                 3
 COM 101 Foundations of Communication     3                        _______ Restricted SUNY Gen Ed Elective* 3
 GEO 101 Physical Geography               3                        PSY 101 General Psychology 1                3
 PSY 101 General Psychology 1             3                        BIO 101 General Biology 1                   4
 MAT 205 Calculus 1                       4                        MAT 205 Calculus 1                          4
 ________ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)< 3                          PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness       1
 Second Semester                                                   Second Semester
 ENG 102 Freshman English 2                                   3    ENG 102 Freshman English 2#                               3
 PSY 221 Child Psychology                                     3    _______ Restricted SUNY Gen Ed Elective*                  3
 MAT 206 Calculus 2                                           4    PSY 222 Psychology of Adolescence                         3
 ________ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)<                       3    BIO 102 General Biology 2                                 4
 EDU 103 Introduction to Early Childhood/                          CHM 105 General Chemistry 1                               4
          Childhood Education++>                              3    EDU 107 Mandated Training                                 1
 PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness                        1    Third Semester
 Third Semester                                                    _______ Restricted SUNY Gen Ed Elective*                  3
 PHY 101 General Physics 1                                    4    BIO 201 Genetics                                          4
 MAT 125 Introduction to Statistics                           3    CHM 106 General Chemistry 2                               4
 CSC 101 Computer Science 1                                   4    ________ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)<                    3
 _____    Restricted SUNY Elective*                           3    EDU 207 Social and Philosophical
 _____    Restricted SUNY Elective*                           3             Foundations of Education++>                      3
 PES ____ Physical Education                                  1    Fourth Semester
 Fourth Semester                                                   COM 101 Foundations of Communication                      3
 _____     Restricted SUNY Elective*                          3    BIO 202 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy or
 _____     Restricted SUNY Elective*                          3    BIO 204 General Botany                                    4
 PHY 102 General Physics 2                                    4    MAT 125 Introduction to Statistics                        3
 CSC 102 Computer Science 2 or                                     _______ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)                      3
 CSC 130 Computers and Computing                        3/4        PES ____ Physical Education                               1
 MAT 111 Foundations of Elementary                                 ________ SUNY Arts (GE 8)                                 3
           School Mathematics                                 3
                                                                                                          Total Credits: 70
                                     Total Credits: 70-71

                                                                   * Students must take one course from each of the following
 * Students must take one course from each of the following          SUNY General Education Requirements: American History
   SUNY General Education Requirements: American History             (GE 4); Western Civilization (GE 5); Other/World
   (GE 4); Western Civilization (GE 5); Other/World                  Civilizations (GE 6)
   Civilizations (GE 6); Arts (GE 8)                               < If completed Elementary Language 1, must also complete
 < If completed Elementary Language 1, must also complete            Elementary Language 2 of the same language. If completed
   Elementary Language 2 of the same language. If completed          Elementary Language 2, must also complete Intermediate
   Elementary Language 2, must also complete Intermediate            Language 1 of the same language. If completed Intermediate
   Language 1 of the same language . If completed Intermediate       Language 1, no other language need be taken.
   Language 1, no other language need be taken.                    ++Local observations beyond college classroom required
 ++Local observations beyond college classroom required.           # Must earn grade of B or higher
 > Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS Dept. of   > Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS
   Education is required.                                            Dept. of Education is required .




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                            Jointly Registered Teacher Education Program (JRTEP)
                                                                Degree Awarded: Associate in Science




JRTEP A.S. — 7-12 Math
First Semester
ENG 101 Freshman English 1#                               3
COM 101 Foundations of Communication                      3
PSY 101 General Psychology 1                              3
MAT 205 Calculus 1                                        4
________ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)                     3
EDU 107 Mandated Training                                 1
Second Semester
ENG 102 Freshman English 2#                               3
PSY 222 Psychology of Adolescence                         3
MAT 206 Calculus 2                                        4
________ SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)<                    3
EDU 207 Social and Philosophical
         Foundations of Education++>                      3
PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness                     1
Third Semester
________ Restricted SUNY Gen Ed Elective*                 3
PHY 105 General Physics 1 with Calculus                   4
MAT 211 Linear Algebra                                    3
MAT 207 Calculus 3                                        4
_____    SUNY Arts (GE 8)                                 3
Fourth Semester
MAT____ MAT 134 or MAT 136                                3
________ Restricted SUNY Gen Ed Elective*                 3
________ Restricted SUNY Gen Ed Elective*                 3
PHY 106 General Physics 2 with Calculus                   4
CSC 130 Computers and Computing                           3
PES ____ Physical Education                               1

                                       Total Credits: 68


* Students must take one course from each of the following
  SUNY General Education Requirements: American History
  (GE 4); Western Civilization (GE 5); Other/World
  Civilizations (GE 6)
< If completed Elementary Language 1, must also complete
  Elementary Language 2 of the same language. If completed
  Elementary Language 2, must also complete Intermediate
  Language 1 of the same language. If completed Intermediate
  Language 1, no other language need be taken.
++Local observations beyond college classroom required
# Must earn grade of B or higher
> Evidence of completion of fingerprinting through NYS
  Dept. of Education is required




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Law Enforcement/Security
Degree Awarded: Certificate



Recommended Course Sequence                         Program Description
                                                      The Law Enforcement/Security certificate program is
  First Semester                        Credits     designed for students who are interested in a career in law
  CRJ 101 Criminal Justice                    3     enforcement or industrial security. The program provides
  CRJ 211 Criminal Law                        3     an analysis of the close relationship between the public and
  CRJ 106 Patrol Administration               3     private sector and their importance in providing a secure
  CRJ 107 Industrial & Private Security       3     and safe environment for our citizens. The program
                                                    emphasizes the methods, procedures and techniques that
  CRJ 215 Criminal Investigation 1            3
                                                    are utilized in the area of private security and current
  Second Semester                                   security-related issues such as loss prevention, disaster
  POL 102 U. S. Gov't-State & Local           3     preparation, business continuity and homeland security.
  SOC 120 Social Problems                     3     The program provides the student with an in-depth
  CRJ 105 Police-Community Relations          3     knowledge of police-related issues such as criminal law,
                                                    patrol operations and criminal investigations.
  CRJ 111 Criminology                         3
  CRJ 216 Criminal Investigation 2            3       Students who complete this program will be certified to
                                                    seek employment as security officers with local or state
                                Total Credits: 30   security agencies.

                                                    Admissions Requirements
                                                       Admission to this program requires that students be high
                                                    school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
                                                    (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
                                                    may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
                                                    Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
                                                    eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
                                                    details on the admission process for all applicants.)




120               www.sunyorange.edu                                                                  Fall 2010
                                                                       Law Enforcement/Security
                                                                                      Degree Awarded: Certificate




Student Learning Outcomes                                                  Career Opportunities
 Students will:                                                                 •   uniformed security officer
• identify and assess current issues in security and security                   •   plainclothes security officer
  management.                                                                   •   loss prevention analyst
• be able to identify relevant issues of constitutional, procedural,            •   risk analyst
  and substantive law and their impact on security systems.                     •   hotel security
 • be able to understand the importance of crime scene                          •   industrial security
   protection and be able to demonstrate the proper methods of                  •   executive protection
   gathering and presenting evidence properly.
 • provide specific courses which meet New York State
   requirements for certification as a security officer.




                                                                           Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                  Although this is a certificate
                                                                                program        designed       for
                                                                                immediate entry into the
                                                                                workplace, credits can be
                                                                                applied to further college study.
                                                                                  Consult a department advisor
                                                                                for more information.




                                                                           Contact Information
                                                                                         Criminal Justice
                                                                                        Department Chair
                                                                                         (845) 341-4355
                                                                                        Admissions Office
                                                                                         (845) 341-4030




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Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Science
Degree Awarded: Associate in Arts



Recommended Course Sequence                               Program Description
                                                             At Orange County Community College, areas of study
   First Semester                        Credits          under the Associate in Arts degree span a wide range of
   ENG 101 Freshman English 1                  3          academic interests. Typically, these areas include specific
   ________ SUNY Math (GE 1)                3/4           studies in the social sciences, humanities, communication,
   ________ Social Science (Cat. A)*           3          education, the arts, and criminal justice. For more specific
   COM 101 Foundations of Communication 3                 information, consult the individual Associate in Arts
   ________ Liberal Arts Elective              3          program descriptions within this catalog. Students should
                                                          also meet regularly with their advisors to determine the best
   PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness       1
                                                          course of study for their particular area of interest.
   Second Semester
                                                            In addition to taking courses in their particular area of
   ENG 102 Freshman English 2                       3     interest, students are required to successfully complete a
   ________ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2)           3/4     number of General Education courses as mandated by the
   ________ Social Science (Cat. B)                 3     State University of New York. These General Education
   ________ Restricted SUNY Elective**              3     areas include: math, natural sciences, social sciences,
   ________ Liberal Arts elective                   3     American history, western civilization, world civilizations,
   PES ____ Physical Education                      1     humanities, the arts, foreign language and communication.
   Third Semester
   ENG __ 200-level Advanced English                3     Admission Criteria
   ________ Math/Liberal Arts Science***          3/4        Admission to this program requires that students be high
   ________ Social Science (Cat. C)                 3     school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
   ________ Liberal Arts elective                   3     (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
   ________ SUNY Arts (GE 8)                        3     may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
   Fourth Semester                                        Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
                                                          eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
   ENG___ 200-level Advanced English                3     details on the admission process for all applicants.)
   ________ Social Science (Cat D)                  3
   ________ Elective                                3
   ________ Elective                                3
   ________ Elective                                3

                                Total Credits: 62-65

   *Categories A-D must include a SUNY History (GE 4,
     GE 5 or GE 6) and a SUNY Social Science (GE 3).
   **SUNY Humanities (GE 7) list or SUNY Foreign
     Language (GE 9) list-Elementary 2 level or above.
   *** MAT 102 or higher. Lab science not required.




This program can be completed in its entirety at either
 the Middletown campus or the Newburgh campus.




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                                        Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Science
                                                                        Degree Awarded: Associate in Arts




Student Learning Outcomes                                             Career Opportunities
Students will:
                                                                             The Associate in Arts degree
• develop a foundation of essential knowledge about the cultural,          program serves as a foundation
  social, and natural worlds, and individual well-being.                   for students who will complete
• understand the commonalities and diversity of the human                  their bachelor’s degree at a
  experience, values and opinions.                                         four- year institution. They may
                                                                           then pursue careers in a
• understand the forms of artistic expression and their inherent
                                                                           number of areas, including:
  creative processes.
                                                                           • the social sciences
• think critically, apply systematic reasoning and develop
                                                                           • the arts
  information management quantitative skills.
                                                                           • the humanities
• communicate effectively.
                                                                           • education and communication
• be prepared to transfer to, and succeed, at an upper-level                 In     addition,      successful
  institution.                                                             completion of a bachelor’s
                                                                           degree can also lead to
                                                                           continued study on the graduate
                                                                           level. For a more complete list of
                                                                           career opportunities, consult the
                                                                           individual Associate in Arts
                                                                           program descriptions in this
                                                                           catalog.


                                                                      Transfer Opportunities
                                                                           SUNY Orange has special
                                                                           relationships with upper-level
                                                                           colleges and universities for
                                                                           transfer.
                                                                             These transfer institutions
                                                                           include:
                                                                           • four-year institutions in the
                                                                             State University of New York
                                                                             (SUNY) system
                                                                           • private NYS and national
                                                                             four-year institutions
                                                                               To provide for a smooth
                                                                           transfer, students should
                                                                           consult with both their
                                                                           academic advisors and the
                                                                           potential transfer institutions
                                                                           for academic course selection
                                                                           and guidance as soon as
                                                                           possible.

                                                                      Contact Information
                                                                          Advising and Counseling Center
                                                                                  (845) 341-4070
                                                                                 Admissions Office
                                                                                  (845) 341-4030



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Liberal Arts: Individual Studies
Degree Awarded: Associate in Science



Recommended Course Sequence                                  Program Description
                                                               The Associate in Science degree program in Individual
   First Semester                      Credits               Studies is a transfer degree program designed for those
   ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3               students whose goals are not adequately addressed by one
   ________ Restricted SUNY Elective*        3               of the College’s other programs. Its purpose is to allow
   MAT ___ Found. of Elementary School                       students to shape a program to meet their individual needs.
             Math (MAT 111) or Higher        3
                                                               The program is divided into three components: core
   _______ Restricted SUNY History**         3               requirements, concentration area and electives. Core
   COM 101 Foundations of Communication 3                    requirements are intended to provide students with a firm
   PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness     1               general education foundation through exposure to the three
                                                             traditional areas of liberal arts study–humanities, social
   Second Semester                                           science and sciences–and development of communication
   ENG 102 Freshman English 2                          3     and computational skills. The concentration area is
   _______ SUNY Humanities (GE 7)                      3     comprised of course work reflecting the individual’s
   _______ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2)               3/4     educational objectives. The elective component provides the
   _______ SUNY Social Science (GE 3)                  3     student with the flexibility to build upon the special area of
                                                             study.
   _______ Concentration                               3
   _______ Physical Education                          1
                                                             Admission Criteria
   Third Semester
                                                               Prior to the sophomore year (30 credits), the student is
   _______ Math/Science Elective***                  3/4     required to submit an Individual Studies Program Plan. This
   _______ SUNY Social Science (GE 3)                  3     form, available in the Advising and Counseling Center,
   _______ Concentration                               3     requires a 250 word statement of the student’s educational,
   _______ Concentration                               3     transfer and career objectives. Based on these objectives, the
   _______ Concentration                               3     student and advisor will select the courses to fulfill the
                                                             concentration and elective component of the degree. The
   Fourth Semester                                           Program Plan will then be submitted to the appropriate
                                                             Associate Vice President in Academic Affairs. On approval of
   _______ Concentration                               3     the plan, a faculty advisor whose academic background is
   _______ Concentration                               3     appropriate to the student’s area of concentration will be
   _______ Restricted SUNY Elective****                3     assigned to assist in the next phase of study.
   _______ Elective                                    3
   _______ Elective                                    3

                                          Total: 62-64

   *SUNY Humanities (GE 7), SUNY Arts (GE 8), or
     SUNY Foreign Language (GE 9)
   ** HIS 101, HIS 102, HIS 121, HIS 122, HIS 130, HIS
     131, HIS 132, or HIS 133
   *** Math must be MAT 113 or higher, or any liberal arts
     science
   ****SUNY Arts (GE 8) or SUNY Foreign Language
     (GE 9) Elementary 2 or higher




This program can be completed in its entirety at either
 the Middletown campus or the Newburgh campus.




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                                                                       Liberal Arts: Individual Studies
                                                                              Degree Awarded: Associate in Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                                     Career Opportunities
Students will:
                                                                                     The Individual Studies degree
• demonstrate their broad base of knowledge in the liberal arts and                program serves as a base for
  sciences by evoking critical thinking skills in drawing reasonable               students who plan to continue
  conclusions from evaluated data.                                                 their education at a four-year
• develop a foundation of essential knowledge about the cultural,                  institution.
  social and natural worlds, and individual well-being.                              Because of the flexibility of
• demonstrate a mastery of communication skills, both written and                  the degree, students have the
  oral.                                                                            option of developing a career
                                                                                   path of their choice early in their
• understand the commonalities and diversity of the human                          educational experience.
  experience, values and opinions.
• apply systematic reasoning and develop information management
  quantitative skills.
• be prepared to transfer to an upper-level institution.
                                                                              Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                       SUNY Orange has special
                                                                                   relationships with upper-level
                                                                                   colleges and universities for
                                                                                   transfer.
                                                                                     These institutions include:
                                                                                   • four year institutions in the
                                                                                     State University of New
                                                                                     York (SUNY) system
                                                                                   • private state and national
                                                                                     four-year institutions




                                                                              Contact Information
                                                                                      Advising and Counseling
                                                                                              Center
                                                                                          (845) 341-4070
                                                                                        Admissions Office
                                                                                          (845) 341-4030




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Liberal Arts and Sciences: Mathematics and Natural Science
Degree Awarded: Associate in Science



Recommended Course Sequence                                     Program Description
                                                                  The Associate in Science degree program in Liberal Arts
  First Semester                         Credits                and Sciences with a Mathematics and Science emphasis is
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                   3                designed specifically for students to transfer, with junior
  ________ SUNY Social Science (GE 3)          3                status, to the appropriate upper-level college or university
  ________ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3/4                      of their choice, where they can complete the B.S./B.A.
  ________ MAT 111 or higher or Computer                        degree in their chosen field of study. As such, the program
            Science or Liberal Arts Science 3/4                 provides core courses and general education requirements
  ________ SUNY Math (GE 1) - MAT 121                           that would be included in the first two years of study at
            or higher                       3/4                 four-year institutions. This degree gives mathematics/
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness        1                science students the flexibility to match a program to their
  Second Semester                                               individual goals, backgrounds and talents. The various
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                   3                curricula provide the opportunity to pursue a variety of
  HIS____ Restricted History Elective*         3                academic and career interests in mathematics and in the
  ________ SUNY Natural Science (GE 2) 3/4                      natural/physical sciences.
  ________ MAT 111 or higher or Computer                          The course distribution in mathematics and science is
            Science or Liberal Arts Science 3/4                 designed to provide a solid foundation in the basics of
  MAT ___ MAT 122 or higher                 3/4                 natural and physical sciences/mathematics: future advanced
  PES ____ Physical Education                  1                coursework will build on this foundation. The general
  Third Semester                                                education elective credits round out the curriculum in this
  COM 101 Foundations of Communication 3                        degree program. Students should consult the appropriate
  ________ MAT 111or higher or Computer                         department chairperson and faculty for specific advice
            Science or Liberal Arts Science 3/4                 about pursuing a particular discipline within this area.
  ________ MAT 111or higher or Computer                         Only such consultation will guarantee the correct level of
            Science or Liberal Arts Science 3/4                 course choice and rigor required to match the student's
  ________ Restricted SUNY Elective**          3                transfer plans as they work toward a bachelor’s degree.
  ________ Elective                            3
  Fourth Semester                                               Admission Criteria
  ________ MAT 111 or higher or Computer
                                                                   Admission to this program requires that students be high
            Science or Liberal Arts Science 3/4
                                                                school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
  ________ MAT 111or higher or Computer
                                                                (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
            Science or Liberal Arts Science 3/4
                                                                may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
  ________ Elective                            3
                                                                Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
  ________ Elective                            3
                                                                eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
  ________ Elective                            3
                                                                details on the admission process for all applicants.)
                                   Total Credits: 62-72           Before initiating study for this A.S. degree a student must
                                                                have achieved a mathematical proficiency which includes
                                                                intermediate level algebra. At SUNY Orange, this means
  *SUNY American History (GE 4) or Western Civilization         that a student must have tested beyond Intermediate
    (GE 5) or Other/World Civilization (GE 6) lists             Algebra (MAT 102) to begin progress toward this degree. If
  **SUNY Arts (GE 8)or Foreign Language (GE 9)lists             this is not the case the student must speak with an advisor
  A minimum of 30 credits of math and science combined is       in order to choose the proper preparatory courses.
    required for this degree. At least 6 credits of math must
    be College Algebra (MAT 121) or higher, at least 3
    credits of which must be a SUNY Math and at least 6
    credits of science must be from the SUNY Natural
    Science list.




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            Liberal Arts and Sciences: Mathematics and Natural Science
                                                                        Degree Awarded: Associate in Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                                Career Opportunities
Students will:                                                                • professional degrees or
• demonstrate an understanding of the scientific method through                 working in private sector
  their ability to integrate the observation, measurement,                      firms in the various fields
  collection, reduction and evaluation of scientific data.                    • R&D or laboratory
• demonstrate their broad base of knowledge in the liberal arts                 opportunities in private and
  and sciences by evoking critical thinking skills in drawing                   public sector
  reasonable conclusions from evaluated data.                                 • positions in education on
                                                                                primary or secondary level
• demonstrate a mastery of communication skills, both written
                                                                              • excellent background for
  and oral, especially as related to the analytic methods of natural
                                                                                other fields requiring
  science.
                                                                                mathematics/science
• perform mathematically at a level commensurate with their                     proficiency, including:
  chosen field of study.                                                        • biology
• plan, organize and implement laboratory experiments and                         - pre-professional training
  demonstrate the requisite technical/laboratory skills.                          for medicine, dentistry,
                                                                                  veterinary science,
• transfer to a four-year institution to earn a baccalaureate degree
                                                                                  pharmacy, etc.
  in either mathematics or the natural/physical sciences.
                                                                                  - environmental sciences
                                                                                  - Teaching or research
                                                                                • chemistry
                                                                                • geology
                                                                                • mathematics
                                                                                • physics/astronomy


                                                                         Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                  SUNY Orange has special
                                                                              relationships with upper-level
                                                                              colleges and universities for
                                                                              transfer. Students regularly
                                                                              transfer with junior status to
                                                                              colleges and universities in the
                                                                              State University of New York
                                                                              System as well as to private and
                                                                              state colleges and universities
                                                                              across the country.



                                                                         Contact Information
                                                                               Biology Department Chair
                                                                                     (845) 341-4124
                                                                             Mathematics Department Chair
                                                                                     (845) 341-4566
                                                                                Science, Engineering and
                                                                             Architecture Department Chair
                                                                                     (845) 341-4571
                                                                                   Admissions Office
                                                                                     845) 341-4030



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Marketing
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science
Accredited by the Associate of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
7007 College Boulevard, Suite 420, Overland Park, KS, 66211
Recommended Course Sequence                                      Program Description
                                                                   The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
  First Semester                      Credits                    Marketing prepares graduates for immediate entry into
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3                    positions ranging from entry level to marketing
  ________ Any Social Science               3                    management. Students develop interpersonal and
  ________ Math or Liberal Arts Science     3                    conceptual skills such as communication, decision making
  BUS 101 Business Math                     3                    and problem solving.
  BUS 103 Introduction to Business          3                      The primary focus of the curriculum is on marketing
  OFT 106 Keyboarding**                     1                    strategy, selling techniques, advertising procedures and
  Second Semester                                                international marketing. This well-balanced program
                                                                 includes a marketing core, accounting, computer
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                3                    information systems, law and liberal arts courses. Students
  _______ Any Social Science                3                    will be involved in developing marketing plans, creating
  _______ Math or Liberal Arts Science      3                    advertising, presenting sales presentations, and
  BUS 105 Business and Society              3                    participating in both group and individual projects
  MKT 101 Principles of Marketing           3                    designed to enhance their skills.
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness     1                      Business Department faculty are well-trained and
  Third Semester                                                 experienced in their areas of expertise, and highly motivated
  BUS 111 E-Business Principles or                               to work with students, helping them to succeed in their
                                                                 quest for a job. Many students complete this degree and
  MKT 202 Salesmanship                      3
                                                                 transfer to four-year colleges to earn a bachelor’s degree;
  ACC 101 Accounting 1                      4                    however, students who have this objective are advised that
  BUS 201 Business Law 1                    3                    they may suffer transfer credit losses due to the
  MKT 203 Marketing Management              3                    concentration of business courses.
  BUS 203 Business Communications           3
  PES ____ Physical Education               1
                                                                 Admission Criteria
  Fourth Semester
  MKT 201 Advertising                       3                       Admission to this program requires that students be high
                                                                 school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
  BUS 161 Computer Applications for
                                                                 (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
            Business***                     3                    may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
  MKT 204 Problems in Marketing             3                    Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
  ________ Business Elective*               3                    eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
  ________ Liberal Arts Elective            3                    details on the admission process for all applicants.)
                                                                   Students are required to complete most developmental
                                       Total Credits: 64         classes before attempting the courses in this program. See
                                                                 Developmental Course List on page 47.
  *It is strongly recommended that students with at least a
     2.50 CQPA register for MGT 220. Approval of the
     department chair is required to register for this course.     This degree has been approved by ACBSP and SUNY
  **Students with sufficient keyboarding ability who pass        NYS Education Department for online distance learning
     the keyboarding waiver exam will fulfill this
     requirement; they do not need to replace the 1 credit.      delivery. This does not mean that SUNY Orange offers
  ***formerly CIT 101 Microcomputer Applications                 every course in the program online; however, many are
                                                                 offered in this format. Please check the current credit
                                                                 course schedule for online DL virtual course listings
                                                                 offered each semester.




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                                                                                             Marketing
                                                                 Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                                Career Opportunities
 Students will:                                                               •   advertising
• demonstrate knowledge of marketing principles and                           •   marketing and manufacturing
  applications.                                                               •   marketing service
• demonstrate the ability to identify, analyze, and evaluate                  •   marketing research
  market segments and strategies.                                             •   public relations
• express business information effectively in both oral and in                •   sales
  written forms.                                                              •   customer service




                                                                         Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                While the A.A.S. is a degree
                                                                              leading to immediate job
                                                                              placement upon graduation,
                                                                              SUNY Orange has special
                                                                              relationships with Franklin
                                                                              University for transfer to a B.S.
                                                                              degree in marketing, business
                                                                              administration or human
                                                                              resource management .
                                                                                Other transfer opportunities
                                                                              exist with:
                                                                              • Franklin University
                                                                              • Mount St. Mary College
                                                                              • Ramapo College
                                                                              • SUNY Empire State




                                                                         Contact Information
                                                                                  Business Department Chair
                                                                                       (845) 341-4411
                                                                                      Admissions Office
                                                                                       (845) 341-4030




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Medical Laboratory Technology
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science
Accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS)
5600 N. River Road, Suite 720, Rosemont, IL 60018-5119
Recommended Course Sequence                             Program Description
                                                          The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
  First Semester                      Credits           Medical Laboratory Technology prepares students to
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3           become certified and licensed as medical laboratory
  ENG 160 Technical Writing Module        1.5           technicians.
  CHM 103 Applied Chemistry 1               3              A medical laboratory technician is a healthcare
  MAT ___ Math (Elementary Algebra or                   professional who performs general testing on biological
            higher)                         3           specimens such as blood, urine, various body fluids and
  MLT 101 Fundamentals of Medical                       tissues in the medical laboratory. The results of these
            Physiology 1                    4           analyses are utilized to determine the presence, absence,
  MLT 105 Intro to Laboratory Science       2           progress and causes of disease. A medical laboratory
  MLT 103 Serology/Immunology               2           technician enjoys science, problem solving and
                                                        investigation, and performs his/her work accurately,
  Second Semester                                       efficiently and responsibly. The medical laboratory
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                       3    technician must be able to perform several duties
  ENG 161 Technical Writing Module               1.5    simultaneously, work well in a fast-paced laboratory and be
  ________ Social Science Elective                 3    self-motivated.
  CHM 104 Applied Chemistry 2                      3       The Medical Laboratory Technology Program
  MLT 102 Fundamentals of Medical                       curriculum corresponds to the program’s mission: it
           Physiology 2                           4     provides each student with educational experiences and
  MLT 104 Hematology                              3     knowledge to develop the critical thinking, technical and
                                                        interpersonal skills required to be a successful clinical
  Third Semester                                        laboratory scientist. The program will integrate knowledge
  ________ Social Science Elective                3     gained from general education, biological science and
  MLT 203 Immunohematology                        3     clinical laboratory science so that the future laboratory
  MLT 201 Instrumentation and Clinical                  professional will exercise good judgment, ethics and
           Applications 1                         1     appropriate decision-making abilities to serve the needs of
  MLT 207 Clinical Chemistry 1                    3     the community and the profession.
  MLT 209 General Microbiology                    4       Students will take courses in the following disciplines:
  MTL 251 Clinical Training 1                     2     medical physiology, clinical chemistry, hematology,
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness           1     urinalysis, immunology, immunohematology and
  Fourth Semester                                       microbiology. Students study laboratory safety, microscopy
                                                        and clinical instrumentation and apply the principles in the
  MLT 202 Instrumentation and Clinical                  laboratory. As part of the program, a clinical rotation is
           Applications 2                         1     assigned at one of the clinical affiliates.
  MLT 208 Clinical Chemistry 2                    3
                                                          The program begins in the fall semester of each year and
  MLT 212 Clinical Microbiology                   3
                                                        the courses must be taken in the sequence in which they are
  ________ Elective*                              3     offered. A grade of C (2.00) or better is required in all MLT
  MLT 252 Clinical Training 2                     2     courses for progression in the program and graduation with
  PES ____ Physical Education                     1     an A.A.S. degree in Medical Laboratory Technology. Once
  _____    Elective                               3     you begin taking MLT courses, the degree must be
                                                        completed within three years.
                                   Total Credits: 69       Students who are considering this program must provide
                                                        their own transportation to and from the college and
  * MLT 216 Histology strongly suggested                clinical sites. They must also have a yearly physical exam,
                                                        drug test and TB test. The Hepatitis B vaccine is strongly
                                                        recommended. An individual who has charges pending or
                                                        has ever been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor and/or
                                                        has been found guilty of professional misconduct or
                                                        negligence may not be eligible for licensure. Contact the
                                                        Office of Professional Discipline, New York State
                                                        Education Department prior to applying to this program.




130                 www.sunyorange.edu                                                                     Fall 2010
                                                                Medical Laboratory Technology
                                                                      Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science




Admission Criteria                                                            Career Opportunities
  Academic Requirements                                                            •   hospitals
• High school diploma or GED                                                       •   doctors’ offices
• Eligible to take Freshman English I (ENG 101)                                    •   reference laboratories
                                                                                   •   food/cosmetic industries
• Eligible to take Elementary Algebra (MAT 101) or have
  successfully completed Developmental Algebra (MAT 020)                           •   pharmaceuticals
                                                                                   •   veterinary laboratories
• Students must attain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0
                                                                                   •   research
  Department-Specific Requirements:                                                •   sales and marketing
• Attendance at a pre-admission orientation. At this orientation,
  students will receive and sign off on information pertaining to
  health forms, drug testing, and criminal record policies.
  Note: Admission to this program is selective. In addition to an
application to the College, students must apply for acceptance into
this program through the Admissions office. Consideration for                 Transfer Opportunities
admission is based on the completion of all mandatory academic
and departmental-specific requirements, highest combination of
CQPA and credits completed towards the degree, Orange County                         This      degree    program
residency and seat availability. All requirements must be                          prepares       students    for
completed and an eligibility form must be submitted to the                         immediate entry into the
Admissions Office before February 1 in order for a student to be                   workplace.       Consult   the
considered for acceptance into this program for the Fall semester.                 department        for    more
                                                                                   information regarding further
Student Learning Outcomes                                                          educational opportunities in
                                                                                   this profession.
  Students will:
• properly collect, process and analyze biological specimens.
• safely and accurately perform analytical procedures, recognize
  factors affecting results and take the appropriate action.
• be eligible for national certification as a Medical Laboratory
  Technician by successfully completing examinations given by
  the National Credentialing Agency for Laboratory Personnel,
  Inc. (NCA) and/or the American Society of Clinical
  Pathologists (ASCP).
• be eligible to sit for the NYS Certified Clinical Laboratory
  Technician Licensing Examination.
  Note:     Several    essential   movement,      observational,
communication, intellectual and behavioral functions are required
to complete the objectives of the courses in the program and to
perform the necessary duties required of a medical laboratory
technician. A detailed listing of these essential functions is
included in the MLT admissions packet and is discussed at the
pre-admission orientation session.
                                                                              Contact Information
                                                                                        Laboratory Technology
                                                                                          Department Chair
                                                                                           (845) 341-4136
                                                                                          Admissions Office
                                                                                           (845) 341-4030




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Medical Office Assistant
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science
Accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
7007 College Boulevard, Suite 420, Overland Park, KS, 66211
Recommended Course Sequence                                     Program Description
                                                                  The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
  First Semester                       Credits                  Medical Office Assistant prepares graduates to begin their
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                 3                  careers in medical organizations. Emphasis is placed on
  ________ Math or Liberal Arts Science      3                  developing office skills and knowledge of medical terms.
  OFT 108 Intermediate Computer                                   The medical office assistant provides office support to
            Keyboarding*                     3                  medical facilities including records management, medical
  BUS 103 Introduction to Business           3                  report production, patient interface, insurance and billing
  MLT 110 Fundamentals of Medical                               responsibilities, telephone interaction, and confidentially.
            Physiology                       3                    Students take a sequence of office skill courses including
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness      1                  various levels of Keyboarding, Microsoft Word and
  Second Semester                                               PowerPoint, Excel and Access, Transcription Skills,
                                                                Medical Terminology, Physiology, and Medical Coding.
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2             3                      Students learn to use modern office equipment and are
  ________ Social Science Elective       3                      exposed to realistic office situations through internships.
  OFT 109 Advanced Computer                                     Special medical projects are provided in Advanced
            Keyboarding**                3                      Computer Keyboarding, Transcription Skills and Excel
  ACC 101 Accounting Principles 1        4                      and Access.
  RAD 219 Medical Terminology            1
  _______ Elective+                      1                      Admission Criteria
  Third Semester
                                                                   Admission to this program requires that students be high
  ________ Social Science Elective       3                      school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
  BUS 203 Business Communications        3                      (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
  OFT 209 Microsoft Word and PowerPoint 3                       may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
  OFT 207 Transcription Skills** or                             Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
  OFT 211 Medical Transcription          3                      eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
  MGT 205 Human Resource Management      3                      details on the admission process for all applicants.)
  PES ____ Physical Education            1                        Students without sufficient keyboarding ability will be
  Fourth Semester                                               required to take Elementary Computer Keyboarding.
                                                                Students with sufficient keyboarding ability to pass the
  OFT 103 Medical Coding                 3
                                                                waiver for Intermediate Computer Keyboarding fulfill this
  _______ Liberal Arts Elective          3                      requirement with a business elective.
  OFT 220 Office Internship              3
  OFT 201 Records/Information Management 3
  OFT 214 Excel and Access**             3
                                                                  This degree has been approved by ACBSP and SUNY
                                      Total Credits: 62         NYS Education Department for online distance learning
                                                                delivery. This does not mean that SUNY Orange offers
                                                                every course in the program online; however, many are
  * Students without sufficient keyboarding ability will be     offered in this format. Please check the current credit
     required to take OFT 107 Elementary Keyboarding.
     Students with sufficient keyboarding ability to pass the   course schedule for online DL virtual course listings
     waiver for OFT 108 fulfill this requirement with a         offered each semester.
     business elective.
  ** Special medical projects are provided in OFT 109, OFT
     207, and OFT 214 for students in this program.
  + Another course must be added to complete the degree
     such as CPR, First Aid, Stress Management or a
     business elective. Please see the department chair for
     other suggestions.




132                   www.sunyorange.edu                                                                          Fall 2010
                                                                      Medical Office Assistant
                                                                   Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                                  Career Opportunities
 Students will:
                                                                                Medical office assistant
• demonstrate the ability to keyboard in correct form medical                     positions exist in the
  correspondence, which includes letters, memos, forms, reports,                  following fields:
  tables and statements.                                                        • hospitals
• demonstrate the ability to keyboard straight copy for five                    • long-term care
  minutes with a maximum of three errors.                                       • community agencies
• effectively communicate both orally and in written documents.                 • health maintenance
                                                                                  organizations
• understand and apply proper medical codes.
                                                                                • government and industry
• learn critical thinking skills through an analytical business                 • physicians’ offices
  report project.                                                               • outpatient services
                                                                                • military-medical services
                                                                                • medical laboratories
                                                                                • imaging centers




                                                                           Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                  While the A.A.S. is a degree
                                                                                leading to immediate job
                                                                                placement upon graduation,
                                                                                SUNY Orange has a special
                                                                                relationship for transfer to a
                                                                                B.S. degree in Applied
                                                                                Management with Franklin
                                                                                University.
                                                                                  Other transfer of courses
                                                                                exist with:
                                                                                • Franklin University
                                                                                  (to another related degree)
                                                                                • Mount St. Mary College
                                                                                • Ramapo College
                                                                                • SUNY Empire State College




                                                                           Contact Information
                                                                                 Business Department Chair
                                                                                          341-4411
                                                                                     Admissions Office
                                                                                       (845) 341-4030




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Nursing
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science
Accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission
3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 500, Atlanta, Georgia 30326. Phone: (404) 975-5000, Fax: (404) 975-5020, www.nlnac.org

Recommended Course Sequence
 for Full-Time Study                                             Program Description
  First Semester                         Credits                 The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
                                                               Nursing prepares students to become registered nurses. It
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                   3               provides for the development of those competencies
  BIO 111 Anatomy and Physiology 1             4               expected of registered nurses in general nursing practice at
  MLT 106 Microbiology for Health Prof.        3               the technical level. Emphasis is on direct client care within
  NUR 101 Nursing 1: Fundamentals              7               a career in nursing.
  Second Semester                                                Through study in the humanities, biological and social
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                   3               sciences, and the experience of academic life, the student
  BIO 112 Anatomy & Physiology 2               4               gains an understanding of the value of the individual and
  NUR 102 Nursing 2: Fundamentals            10                his/her contribution to society. This curriculum combines
                                                               general education courses and nursing courses with
  Third Semester
                                                               laboratory and clinical experiences, during which students
  PSY 101 General Psychology                   3               have the opportunity to care for clients in a variety of
  CHM 120 Elememts of Chem. & Physics          3               healthcare settings. Due to limited availability of clinical
  NUR 201 Nursing III: Caring for the                          experience in some areas, students may be assigned to
            Growing Family                     7               evening and/or weekend clinical experiences. Students’
  _______ Elective                             3               personal schedules will have to be adjusted to allow for
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness        1               these required opportunities. Students gain clinical
                                                               experience in long-term care, medical-surgical,
  Fourth Semester                                              maternal/child and mental health nursing. A variety of
  ________ Social Science Elective*            3               teaching methods is employed to integrate the classroom
  NUR 202 Nursing IV: Physical and                             with the clinical experience.
            Mental Illness                     9
                                                                  Graduates of the program will have the necessary
  NUR 203 Nursing V: Transition to Practice    1               theoretical background and technical skills for an entry
   _______ Elective                            3               level nursing position. They will value the pursuit of
  PES ___ Physical Education                   1               lifelong learning. Graduates of the program are eligible to
                                                               take the National Council Licensure Examination
                                     Total Credits: 68
                                                               (NCLEX) for Registered Professional Nurse (RN) and will
                                                               demonstrate the ability to pass the examination at a rate
                                                               equal to or exceeding the mean for New York State.
  * Refer to Guide for Social Science Requirement and select
    from group A, C or D.
                                                               Student Learning Outcomes
                                                                 Students will:
                                                                     • utilize a reasoning process to resolve clinical and
                                                                   professional problems.
                                                                     • listen, speak and write to promote the client's well
                                                                   being.
                                                                     • follow accepted standards of nursing practice to
                                                                   provide safe and appropriate care.
                                                                     • through professional role development, provide age
                                                                   appropriate care to clients in diverse healthcare settings.




134                   www.sunyorange.edu                                                                           Fall 2010
                                                                                                               Nursing
                                                                             Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



                                                                                     Career Opportunities
  Admission Criteria                                                                      •   hospitals
  Academic Requirements:                                                                  •   long-term care settings
  •      High school diploma or GED                                                       •   community agencies
  •      Eligible to take Freshman English I (ENG 101)                                    •   health maintenance
  •      Eligible to take Intermediate Algebra (MAT 102), or have                             organizations
completed Elementary Algebra (MAT 101) or equivalent with a 2.0 or                        •   government
higher                                                                                    •   physicians’ offices
  •      Completed High School AP Biology (score of 3, 4, or 5) or a                      •   industry
passing grade in the Biology CLEP examination; or introduction to                         •   military
Biology or Anatomy & Physiology 1 with a grade of 2.0 or better (within
                                                                                          •   education
5 years of program entry)
                                                                                          •   nursing specialties
  •      Students must attain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
  Department-Specific Requirements:
  •      Attendance at a pre-admission orientation. At this orientation,
student will receive and sign off on information pertaining to health
forms, program standards, CPR certification, and criminal record & drug              Transfer Opportunities
screening policies.
  •      Applicants for the Nursing program will be required to take the                    Many of our graduates
Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS). Students may be required to                     transfer to upper-level colleges
take remedial courses in Nursing based on test results. Test times will be                and universities to pursue
announced.                                                                                advanced degrees in the
  •      The Nursing Department will review transcripts of those                          nursing profession. Successful
students who have been enrolled in a nursing program at SUNY Orange                       transfer depends on the courses
or another college.                                                                       taken and the student's grade
                                                                                          point average. SUNY Orange
  Note: Admission to this program is selective. In addition to an                         has special relationships with a
application to the College, students must apply for acceptance into this                  number of colleges and
program through the Admissions office. Consideration for admission is                     universities.
based on the completion of all mandatory academic and departmental-
specific requirements, highest combination of CQPA and credits                            • Hartwick College
completed towards the degree, Orange County residency and seat                            • Mercy College
availability. All requirements must be completed and an eligibility form
must be submitted to the Admissions Office before February 1 in order                     • Mount St. Mary College
for a student to be considered for acceptance into this program for the                   • New York University
Fall semester.
                                                                                          • Pace University
                                                                                          • Russell Sage College




                                                                                     Contact Information
                                                                                                Nursing Department
                                                                                                  (845)-341-4107
                                                                                                 Admissions Office
                                                                                                  (845) 341-4030




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Nursing
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



Recommended Course Sequence                                      Guidelines for Advanced Placement for Licensed
  for Part-Time Study                                          Practical Nurses

  First Semester                   Credits                     • Transfer from a Practical Nursing Program
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1             3                       SUNY Orange has an articulation agreement with
  BIO 111 Anatomy and Physiology 1       4                     OUBOCES School of Practical Nursing. Graduates of this
                                                               program may transfer into NUR 102–Fundamentals of
  Second Semester                                              Nursing 2 based on the following criteria:
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                            3      o Meet the college and nursing program admission criteria
  BIO 112 Anatomy & Physiology 2                        4
                                                               o Attainment of an overall GPA of 85% in the LPN program
  Third Semester
                                                               o Graduation within the previous five years
  MLT 106 Microbiology for Health Prof.                 3
  PSY 101 General Psychology                            3      o Have a letter of recommendation from an OUBOCES
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness                 1        practical nursing program instructor
  Fourth Semester                                              o Pass the NYS Licensed Practical Nurse Examination
  CHM 120 Elements of Chem. & Physics                   3      o Successful completion of Nursing Bridge Course 1 (N3029)
  _______ Elective                                      3      • Advance Standing into the Second Semester
  PES ___ Physical Education                            1
                                                                 Licensed Practical Nurses who do not meet the transfer
  Fifth Semester                                               requirements from an articulation agreement, may apply for
  NUR 101 Nursing 1: Fundamentals                       7      admission to NUR 102–Fundamentals of Nursing 2. The
  ________ Elective*                                    3      application will be reviewed when the individual has met the
                                                               college and nursing program admission criteria and the
  Sixth Semester                                               following has been achieved:
  NUR 102 Nursing 2: Fundamentals                     10
                                                               o Successful completion of an NLN accredited and/or state
  Seventh Semester                                               registered LPN program
  NUR 201 Nursing III: Caring for the                          o A score of B on the Excelsior College Examination for
            Growing Family                              7        Fundamentals of Nursing. (score may not be more than
  _______ Social Science Elective                       3        three years old)
  Eighth Semester                                              o Successful completion of Nursing Bridge Course 1 (N3029)
  NUR 202 Nursing IV: Physical and                             • Advance Standing into the Fourth Semester
            Mental Illness                  9
                                                                 Licensed Practical Nurses, who have successfully completed
  NUR 203 Nursing V: Transition to Practice 1
                                                               NUR 102–Fundamentals of Nursing 2, may be considered for
                                                               advanced standing into NUR 202–Physical and Mental Illness
                                       Total Credits: 68       after completing the following requirements:
                                                               o PN transcript review demonstrates a minimum of 70 clinical
  * Refer to Guide for Social Science Requirement and select     hours in Maternal and Child Nursing
    from group A, C or D.
                                                               o Score of B on the Excelsior College Examination in
                                                                 Maternal and Child Nursing (baccalaureate)
                                                               o Successful completion of Nursing Bridge Course 2
                                                                 Credit for Nursing 1 will be granted after successful
                                                               completion of Nursing 2 with a grade of C (2.0) or higher.
                                                               Credit for Nursing 3 will be granted after successful
                                                               completion of Nursing 4 and 5 with a grade of C (2.0) or
                                                               higher. Minimum passing grade in all core nursing courses is
                                                               75. Nursing 2 and 4 are offered in the Spring semesters. The
                                                               offering of these courses out of sequence is never guaranteed
                                                               & at the discretion of the nursing department based on
                                                               enrollment & clinical placement availability.



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                                                                                                                   Nursing
                                                                                Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



  Students will be considered for acceptance into the Nursing Program based             Career Opportunities
on the admission criteria in effect at the time of the request. Please be advised
that certain general education requirements are co-requisites with nursing                  •   hospitals
courses. A&P 2 must be taken with or prior to Nursing 2. Elements of
Chemistry and Physics & Psychology of Adjustment must be taken prior to                     •   long-term care settings
Nursing 4.                                                                                  •   community agencies
  LPN to RN Admissions Eligibility Forms are to be submitted by                             •   health maintenance
September 1st and all LPN - RN admissions requirements must be completed                        organizations
by November 1st in order for a student to be considered for acceptance into                 •   government
the program for the spring semester.                                                        •   physicians’ offices
                                                                                            •   industry
 Progression Through The Program                                                            •   military
   A minimum grade of 75% (C) in each nursing course is required for                        •   education
progress in and graduation in nursing. A minimum grade of C is required
                                                                                            •   nursing specialties
in all laboratory science courses for progression in the nursing program.
Nursing students must complete Freshman English 1 & 2 prior to
enrollment in Nursing 3. Required nursing courses must be taken in the
prescribed sequence. A student may repeat only one required nursing
course one time. Once students are enrolled in the core nursing courses,
they are to complete the program in three years. Students interested in
admission to the evening nursing program are advised that this is a part-               Transfer Opportunities
time program limited to 11.5 credits each semester. In order to meet this
requirement; all non-clinical courses should be completed prior to starting                      Many of our graduates
this part-time program.The day program is two academic years in length if                    transfer to upper-level colleges
pursued on a full time basis. Because of the intense nature of the Nursing                   and universities to pursue
Program, the student may find that part-time study is more appropriate.                      advanced degrees in the nursing
                                                                                             profession. Successful transfer
                                                                                             depends on the courses taken
Nursing Readmission                                                                          and the student's grade point
  Students who withdraw from, fail or receive a grade below "C" in any one                   average. SUNY Orange has
of the required nursing courses may apply for readmission to the Nursing                     special relationships with a
program. A student is only allowed to do this one time. Additionally the                     number of colleges and
program is to be completed within three years from the start of the first                    universities.
nursing course. A student seeking readmission must meet the program                          • Hartwick College
requirements in effect at the date of re-entry. Readmission is neither
guaranteed nor is it an automatic process. Students requesting to be                         • Mount St. Mary College
considered for readmission to Nursing 1 are to do so through the                             • New York University
admissions office of the college. Students requesting to be considered for
readmission to Nursing 2, 3, 4 or 5 must inform the nursing department                       • Pace University
chairperson in writing. Written requests must be submitted by June 1st for                   • Russell Sage College
the Fall semester and September 1st for the Spring semester. Prior to
readmission, students are required to successfully complete a special bridge
course.

Licensure
   Graduates of the nursing program are eligible to apply for the National              Contact Information
Council Licensing Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX).
Completion of the Nursing program does not assure admittance to                                    Nursing Department
attempt the RN licensure exam. When submitting an application for                                   (845)-341-4107
licensure and first registration, the applicant is required to report any                          Admissions Office
history of a felony or misdemeanor. The state boards of nursing will review                         (845) 341-4030
all applicant information submitted and determine if the applicant is
eligible for licensure.



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Occupational Therapy Assistant
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science
Accredited by the Accreditaton Council for Occupational Therapy Education, 4720 Montgomery Lane, PO Box31220,
Bethesda, MD 20824-1220. (301) 652-AOTA

Recommended Course Sequence                            Program Description
                                                         The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
  First Semester                        Credits        Occupational Therapy Assistant prepares graduates to
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                  3        obtain New York State certification and to take the
  ENG 160 Technical Writing Module          1.5        National Certification Board for Occupational Therapy
  PSY 101 General Psychology 1                3        exam* to become Certified Occupational Therapy
  BIO 111 Anatomy & Physiology 1              4        Assistants (COTA). Certified Occupational Therapy
                                                       Assistants work under the supervision of, and in
  OTA 101 Fund. of Occupational Therapy 1 3
                                                       collaboration with, Registered Occupational Therapists
  OTA 103 Occupational Performance 1          1        (OTR). Occupational therapy practitioners provide service
  OTA 107 Principles of OT in Geriatrics &             to children, adults and seniors whose abilities to engage in
            Gerontology                       2        their occupations (tasks) of living are impaired by physical
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness       1        injury or illness, developmental delays, the aging process or
  Second Semester                                      psychological and social disability.
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                  3           The COTA’s responsibilities include providing purposeful
  PSY 220 Developmental Psychology            3        and meaningful activity to restore lost or impaired physical,
  BIO 112 Anatomy & Physiology 2              4        cognitive and psychological skills; development and use of
  OTA 102 Fund. of Occupational Therapy 2 3            assistive technology; adapting home, play and work
  OTA 104 Occupational Performance 2          1        environments and activities to ensure successful and safe
                                                       performance. The COTA may design adapted toys and
  OTA 106 Medical Conditions                  3
                                                       games for a child with physical limitations; provide
  PES ____ Physical Education                 1        handwriting adaptations for students within a school
  Third Semester                        Credits        setting to enhance their learning process; evaluate and
  COM 101 Foundations of Communication        3        design home adaptations to enhance independence in self-
  ENG 161 Technical Writing Module          1.5        care activities such as feeding, bathing, shaving, cooking
  PSY 230 Abnormal Psychology                 3        and dressing; encourage the elderly client to participate in
                                                       leisure activities and to maintain personal independence.
  SOC____ Sociology Elective                  3
  OTA 201 Principles of OT in Pediatrics                 The primary focus of the curriculum is on the
            & Developmental Disabilities      3        development of critical thinking and clinical problem-
  OTA 203 Clinical Reasoning Skills           1        solving skills, and on essential elements in designing and
  OTA 205 Principles of Occupational                   applying therapeutic interventions for the clients served by
                                                       COTAs. The program includes classroom instruction,
            Therapy in Mental Health          3
                                                       laboratory and community-based fieldwork rotations.
  OTA 207 Principles of Occupational                   Occupational therapy assistant courses are offered once
            Therapy in Physical Disabilities 3         each year. Courses must be taken in the sequence in which
  Fourth Semester                                      they are offered. A minimum grade of C is required in all
  OTA 217 Clinical Practice 1               7.5        occupational therapy assistant courses. The course of study
  OTA 218 Clinical Practice 2               7.5        may be pursued on a part-time basis. All program
                                                       requirements must be completed within six consecutive
                                                       semesters from the time of enrollment in the first OTA
                             Total Credits: 72         course. Individualized part-time schedules can be
                                                       developed between the student and the OTA faculty
                                                       advisor.
                                                         Note: Graduates of the OTA program are required to
                                                       apply for NBCOT® certification. Candidates applying for
                                                       the Certification Examination must notify the NBCOT’s
                                                       Qualifications Review Committee (QRC) if they have ever
                                                       been charged with or convicted of a felony. A felony
                                                       conviction may prevent the candidate from taking the
                                                       examination. Please consult the department chair if this
                                                       may be an issue in successfully pursuing a career in
                                                       occupational therapy.




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                                                                    Occupational Therapy Assistant
                                                                           Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science


Admission Criteria
Academic Requirements:                                                             Career Opportunities
• High school diploma or GED
                                                                                        • hospitals, inpatient and
• Eligible to take Freshman English I (ENG 101)                                           outpatient mental health
• Eligible to take Elementary Algebra (MAT 101) or have                                   facilities
  successfully completed Developmental Algebra (MAT 020)                                • rehabilitation centers and
                                                                                          skilled nursing facilities
• Completed High School AP Biology (score of 3, 4, or 5) or a
                                                                                        • schools, developmental
  passing grade in the Biology CLEP examination; or
                                                                                          disabilities service sites
  introduction to Biology or Anatomy & Physiology 1 with a
  grade of 2.0 or better (within 5 years of program entry)                              • home and community health
                                                                                          agencies
• Students must attain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0                                  • accessibility and home
                                                                                          modification specialists
Department-Specific Requirements:                                                       • assistive technology specialists
                                                                                        • health and wellness centers
• Submit Occupational Therapy practitioner observation form
                                                                                        • advancement to OTR
  with essay. (15 hour min. with documentation).
• Attendance at a pre-admission orientation (includes interview
  with Dept Chair; problem solving activity and discussion). At
  this orientation, students will receive and sign off on
  information pertaining to health forms, drug testing, and
  criminal record policies.                                                        Transfer Opportunities
   Note: Admission to this program is selective. In addition to an
application to the College, students must apply for acceptance into this                  While the A.A.S. is a degree
program through the Admissions office. Consideration for admission                      leading to immediate job
is based on the completion of all mandatory academic and                                placement upon graduation
departmental-specific requirements, highest combination of CQPA                         and successful completion of
and credits completed towards the degree, Orange County residency                       the National Certification
and seat availability. All requirements must be completed and an                        exam, SUNY Orange has
eligibility form must be submitted to the Admissions Office before                      special relationships with
February 1 in order for a student to be considered for acceptance into                  weekend college programs for
this program for the Fall semester.                                                     transfer to a B.S./M.S. degree
                                                                                        at:

Student Learning Outcomes                                                               • Dominican College,

Students will:                                                                          • Mercy College,

• learn problem-solving and clinical reasoning.                                         • Misericordia College

• build on knowledge, practice skills, theory and critical thinking
  applications.
• apply these multiple skills and insights to adapt to and cope in
  this novel and diverse world.
• think and act with flexibility, to think “outside the box.”
• welcome change and growth in themselves, their clients and the
  organizations they serve.                                                        Contact Information
                                                                                           Occupational Therapy
                                                                                         Assistant Department Chair
                                                                                                   341-4323
                                                                                              Admissions Office
                                                                                                (845) 341-4030




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Office Technologies
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science
Accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
7007 College Boulevard, Suite 420, Overland Park, KS, 66211
Recommended Course Sequence                                    Emphasis Areas:

  First Semester                      Credits                  Legal Office Assistant (18 credits)
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3                     First Semester                             Credits
  _______ Math/Liberal Arts Science         3                     BUS 201 Business Law 1                           3
  OFT 108 Intermed. Computer Keyboarding* 3
                                                                  Second Semester
  BUS 103 Introduction to Business          3
  _______ Emphasis Credits                  3                     BUS 202 Business Law 2                           3
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness     1                     Third Semester
  Second Semester                                                 POL 102 U.S. Government-State & Local            3
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                3                     OFT 207 Transcription Skills**                   3
  ________ Social Science Elective          3                     Fourth Semester
  ACC 101 Accounting Principles 1           4                     _______ Math or Liberal Arts Science             3
  OFT 201 Records/Information Management 3                        OFT 110 Legal Documents & Terminology or         3
  _______ Emphasis Credits                  3                     OFT 109 Advanced Computer Keyboarding**
  Third Semester
  BUS 203 Business Communications           3                  Office Management (19 credits)
  OFT 209 Microsoft Word                    3                     First Semester
  MGT 205 Human Resource Management         3
                                                                  BUS 101 Business Math                            3
  _______ Emphasis Credits                  3
  _______ Emphasis Credits               3-4                      Second Semester                                  3
  Fourth Semester                                                 _______ Math or Liberal Arts Science             3
  OFT 220 Office Internship                 3                     Third Semester
  OFT 214 Excel and Access**                3                     ACC 102 Accounting Principles 2                  4
  _______ Emphasis Credits                  3                     BUS 201 Business Law 1                           3
  _______ Emphasis Credits                  3
                                                                  Fourth Semester
  _______ Liberal Arts Elective          2-3
  PES ____ Physical Education               1                     _______ Social Science Elective                  3
                                                                  MGT 201Principles of Management                  3
                                  Total Credits: 62-64
                                                               Secretarial/Word Processing (18 credits)
                                                                  First Semester
                                                                  BUS 101 Business Math                            3

  * Students without sufficient keyboarding ability will be
                                                                  Second Semester
    required to take OFT 107 Elementary Keyboarding.              OFT 109 Advanced Computer Keyboarding**          3
    Students with sufficient keyboarding ability to pass the
    waiver for OFT 108 fulfill this requirement with a            Third Semester
    business elective.                                            ________ Math or Liberal Arts Science            3
  ** Special legal/medical projects are provided in OFT 109,
    OFT 207 and OFT 214 for students in these programs.           OFT 207 Transcription Skills**                   3
                                                                  Fourth Semester
                                                                  ________ Social Science Elective                 3
                                                                  ________ Business Elective                       3

                                                                 This degree has been approved by ACBSP and SUNY
                                                               NYS Education Department for online distance learning
                                                               delivery. This does not mean that SUNY Orange offers
                                                               every course in the program online; however, many are
                                                               offered in this format. Please check the current credit
                                                               course schedule for online DL virtual course listings
                                                               offered each semester.


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                                                                                      Office Technologies
                                                                           Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science




Program Description                                                                Career Opportunities
  The Associate in Applied Science degree program in Office                             •   service
Technologies prepares graduates to begin their careers as office
assistants. Three special emphasis areas are provided: legal office                     •   education
assistant, office manager, and secretary/information processor.                         •   travel
Specialized courses combine with the common core courses to prepare                     •   entertainment
graduates to enter the office support staff.                                            •   manufacturing
  The office assistant provides office support to employers in a wide                   •   legal and medical
variety of settings. This support includes document production,                         •   insurance
computer software capability, records management, telephone                             •   industrial
interaction, customer service, keyboarding and data entry.                              •   media/advertising
  Students learn to use modern office equipment and, through
internships, are exposed to realistic office situations. The internship
experience includes 90 hours of office work with a cooperating employer
along with weekly meetings with the College instructor. Topics for these           Transfer Opportunities
meetings include: minute-taking instruction, telephone techniques,
human relations issues, problem solving, the resume and interview, and
the creation of a professional portfolio.                                                 While the A.A.S. is a degree
                                                                                        leading to immediate job
                                                                                        placement upon graduation,
Admission Criteria                                                                      SUNY Orange has a special
                                                                                        relationship for transfer to a
  Admission to this program requires that students be high school                       B.S. degree in Applied
graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas (GEDs). If                           Management with Franklin
students are not high school graduates, they may be eligible for                        University.
admission to the College’s 24 Credit Hour Program. If students are
home schooled, they may be eligible for admission. (See pages 7                           Other transfer opportunities
through 13 for more details on the admission process for all                            exist with:
applicants.)                                                                            • Franklin University
  Students without sufficient keyboarding ability will be required to                     (to another related degree)
take Elementary Computer Keyboarding. Students with sufficient                          • Mount St. Mary College
keyboarding ability to pass the waiver for Intermediate Computer
Keyboarding fulfill this requirement with a business elective.                          • Ramapo College
                                                                                        • SUNY Empire State College
  Student Learning Outcomes
 Students will:
• demonstrate the ability to keyboard in correct form business
  correspondence, which includes letters, interoffice memos, forms,
  reports, tables, legal documents and financial statements.
• demonstrate the ability to keyboard straight copy for five minutes
  with a maximum of three errors.
• effectively communicate both orally and in written documents.
• understand the concepts of current information and word
  processing functions through the successful completion of learning               Contact Information
  exercises, application problems and exams at a microcomputer                              Business Department Chair
  workstation.
                                                                                                  (845) 341-4411
• learn critical thinking skills through an analytical business report                          Admissions Office
  project.                                                                                        (845) 341-4030




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Performing Arts: Music
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



Recommended Course Sequence
                                                      Emphasis Areas:
  First Semester                           Credits
                                                      Music (13 cr.)
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                    3
  MAT ___ Math                                  3        First Semester                       Credits
  MUS 123 Basic Musicianship 1                  5        MUS 141 Group Voice 1                     2
  MUS ___ Piano                                 2        MUS 1__ Ensemble                          1
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness.        1        MUS 1__ Private Instruction               1
  MUS___ Emphasis Credits                     3-5
                                                         Second Semester
  Second Semester
                                                         MUS 142 Group Voice 2                     2
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                    3
                                                         MUS 1__ Ensemble                          1
  PHY 108 Acoustics                             3
                                                         MUS 1__ Private Instruction               1
  MUS 124 Basic Musicianship 2                  5
  MUS___ Piano                                  2        Third Semester
  PES ____ Physical Education                   1        ________ Social Science Elective          3
  MUS___ Emphasis Credits                     2-4        MUS 1__ Private Instruction               1
  Third Semester
                                                         Fourth Semester
  MUS 223 Advanced Musicianship 1               4
                                                         MUS 1_        Private Instruction         1
  MUS___ Piano                                  2
  MUS 1__ Ensemble*                             1
                                                      Music Business (17 cr.)
  MUS 109 Music Business                        3
  MUS 10_ Music History**                       3        First Semester
  MUS___ Emphasis Credits                     3-6        BUS 103 Intro to Business                 3
  Fourth Semester                                        Second Semester
  MUS 224    Advanced Musicianship 2            4        ECO 202 Micro Economics                   3
  MUS___     Piano                              2
  MUS 1__    Ensemble*                          1        Third Semester
  ________   Social Science Elective            3        MKT 101 Marketing                         3
  MUS 10_    Music History                      3        BUS 201 Business Law 1                    3
  MUS___     Emphasis Credits                 1-6
                                                         Fourth Semester
                            Total Credits: 67-71         OFT 106 Keyboarding                       1
                                                         ACC 153 Financial Accounting              4

                                                      Jazz/Commercial (16 cr.)
  * Must be MUS 161 Jazz Ensemble if in Jazz/
    Commercial Music emphasis.
                                                         First Semester
  **Must be MUS 105 History of Jazz if in Jazz/          _______    Social Science Elective        3
    Commerical Music emphasis.                           MUS 161 Jazz Ensemble                     1
                                                         MUS 1__ Private Instruction               1
    Students in the program take a common core           Second Semester
  of 54 credits and select one of three degree           MUS 161 Jazz Ensemble                     1
  emphasis areas: Music Performance (total of 67         MUS 1__ Private Instruction               1
  credits), Jazz and Commercial Music (total of 70
  credits) or Music Business (total of 71 credits).      Third Semester
                                                         MUS 163 Jazz Improvisation 1              2
                                                         MUS 1__ Private Instruction               1
                                                         Fourth Semester
                                                         MUS 164 Jazz Improvisation 2              2
                                                         MUS 226 Elements of Arranging             3
                                                         MUS 1__ Private Instruction               1



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                                                                                      Performing Arts: Music
                                                                             Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



Program Description                                                                     Career Opportunities
  The Associate in Applied Science degree program in Performing Arts: Music
prepares graduates for employment in a field connected with music or possible                • performing/recording artist
transfer to a bachelor’s degree music program. Students select one of three                  • record production
emphasis areas: Music Performance, Jazz and Commercial Music or Music                        • music composition
Business. For those seeking such a transfer, an articulation with SUNY                       • music education
Purchase has been established giving students the opportunity for seamless                   • media careers
transition to a four-year program. Students interested in the transfer program
                                                                                             • music retail/wholesale
should schedule a conference with the department chair.
                                                                                             • music publishing
  The program includes core courses in music history, theory and related                     • music law
musicianship skills, piano, instrumental or vocal performance, acoustics, and
                                                                                             • music management/
music business. Performing ensembles enable students to learn in active,
                                                                                               promotion
collaborative settings and offer ongoing service and enrichment to the College
and community through a variety of musical performances. Courses in                          • publicity
arranging and improvisation are required for students choosing the Jazz and                  • facility/concert management
Commercial option. Students selecting the Music Performance or Jazz and                      • music therapy
Commercial options must complete four credits of private music instruction                   • journalism
with a department-approved teacher and are responsible for the private                       • music library science
instructor’s fee. Courses not required to complete the degree but also available
                                                                                             • instrument construction/
include songwriting, jazz keyboard harmony, jazz/commercial guitar,
                                                                                               repair
jazz/commercial drumming, and audio engineering and design for the arts.
                                                                                             Note: Some careers require
  An ongoing visiting artist series enables students to learn directly from some               training beyond the two-year
of the best contemporary performing artists in workshops featuring musicians                   degree.
such as Cindy Blackman (drummer for Lenny Kravitz), Randy Brecker, Bob
Mintzer and Kenny Barron. Many of the courses required in the program fulfill           Transfer Opportunities
New York State general education requirements and thus are easily transferable
within the SUNY system.
                                                                                               Although the A.A.S. is
Admission Criteria                                                                           designed primarily as a
  Admission to this program requires that students be high school graduates or               professional degree, many
have high school equivalency diplomas (GEDs). If students are not high school                graduates do transfer to
graduates, they may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit Hour                baccalaureate programs at
Program. If students are home schooled, they may be eligible for admission. (See             other colleges. The program
pages 7 through 13 for more details on the admission process for all applicants.)            prepares students for successful
                                                                                             results on theory placement
  Note: Although this is an open admissions program, music placement                         assessments and auditions
assessment is required for registration into certain courses. Consult with Arts              leading to acceptance into such
and Communication Department music faculty.                                                  programs. SUNY Orange
                                                                                             enjoys an articulation agree-
Student Learning Outcomes                                                                    ment with SUNY Purchase
    Students will:                                                                           guaranteeing acceptance and
                                                                                             transfer of all SUNY Orange
•   demonstrate proficiency in music theory, notation, harmony and part-writing.             credits assuming basic entrance
•   apply their knowledge of music theory, notation and harmony at the keyboard.             criteria are met.
•   demonstrate proficiency in sight reading on their instrument and sight singing.
•   notate musical materials from dictation.
•   demonstrate proficiency on the piano through the performance of standard            Contact Information
    repertory.
                                                                                                 Arts and Communication
•   perform in an instrumental or vocal ensemble.                                                   Department Chair
•   demonstrate knowledge of music history, musical styles, genres and composers.                     (845) 341-4787
•   demonstrate fundamental understanding of music business.                                        Admissions Office
•   demonstrate fundamental understanding of acoustics.                                               (845) 341-4030
•   pursue a career in the field of music and/or transfer to a baccalaureate music
    program.

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Physical Therapist Assistant
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science
Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education, The American Physical Therapy
Association, 1111 N. Fairfax Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 (703) 684-2782

Recommended Course Sequence                                Program Description
                                                             The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
   First Semester                      Credits             Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) is designed to provide
   ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3             students with both the academic knowledge and clinical
   BIO 111 Anatomy & Physiology 1            4             skills to become certified/licensed PTAs. The field of
   PTA 101 PTA 1                             4             Physical Therapy is demanding. Graduates are required to
   PTA 103 Introduction to Physical Therapy 2              meet all program requirements which are guided by the
                                                           Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy
   PTA 105 Medical Conditions for the PTA 3
                                                           Education. Many states, including New York, also require
   PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness     1             that students pass the national licensing examination as
   Second Semester                                         part of the certification/licensure process.
   ENG 102 Freshman English 2                3               The PTA works with, and under the direction and
   BIO 112 Anatomy & Physiology 2            4             supervision of the physical therapist who plans the patient
   PTA 102 PTA 2                             4             care program; the PTA then helps to carry out this
   PTA 104 Kinesiology                       4             program. Duties of the PTA include monitoring of vital
   MAT 101 Elementary Algebra                3             signs, lifting of patients and equipment, training of patients
   Third Semester                                          in therapeutic exercises and activities of daily living, wound
                                                           care, use of whirlpool and electrical stimulation during
   PSY 101 General Psychology 1              3             treatment procedures, application of heat and cold
   PED 202 Basic Exercise Physiology         3             modalities, patient and family education, wheelchair
   PTA 201 PTA 3                             4             activities, use of walkers and crutches, assisting the physical
   PTA 205 Clinical Education 1              3             therapist in performing patient assessments and complex
   PTA 207 Tests and Measurement Skills                    treatment procedures. The PTA also monitors the patient’s
             for the PTA                     4             responses to treatment, documents relevant aspects of
                                                           patient care and maintains ongoing communication with
   Fourth Semester
                                                           the patient, family, supervising physical therapist and other
   COM 101 Foundations of Communication 3                  health care professionals.
   PSY 220 Developmental Psychology          3
                                                             The primary focus of the curriculum is to develop a
   PTA 202 PTA 4                             4
                                                           strong clinician who possesses critical thinking and
   PTA 206 Clinical Education 2              3             problem-solving skills. To accomplish this, the program
   PTA 208 Contemp.Practice for the PTA      3             provides the clinical training as well as a broad general
   PES ____ Physical Education               1             education background. Courses include both core classes
                                                           and non-core classes (general education courses). The core
   Summer Clinical                                         Physical Therapist Assistant courses are offered once each
   PTA 220 Clinical Education 3                     3      year beginning in the fall semester.
                                                              All program requirements must be completed within six
                                           Total: 72       consecutive semesters from the time of enrollment in the
                                                           first PTA course. These courses must be taken in the
                                                           sequence in which they are offered. The curriculum includes
Licensure                                                  classroom instruction, laboratory time and clinical
   Graduates of the Physical Therapist Assistant           experiences. However, general education courses may be
program are eligible to apply for certification in the     taken on a part-time basis during the day or evening, and
state where they plan to practice. This process            may be completed over a longer period of time than the
includes providing a history of possible existing          four semesters. But they must be completed no later than
criminal convictions and/or professional misconduct.       the semester in which they fall into sequence with the core
Criteria for determination of good moral character         courses.
varies from state to state, therefore, completion of the     A minimum grade of C is required in all PTA courses and
program does not guarantee acceptance by that              a minimum grade of C is required in each of the following
state’s regulatory entity to become certified or           courses: Anatomy and Physiology 1, Anatomy and
licensed.                                                  Physiology 2, and Basic Exercise Physiology.




144                  www.sunyorange.edu                                                                        Fall 2010
                                                                        Physical Therapist Assistant
                                                                           Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



Admission Criteria                                                                  Career Opportunities
Academic Requirements:
                                                                                         •   hospitals, nursing homes
• High school diploma or GED                                                             •   private offices
• Eligible to take Freshman English I (ENG 101)                                          •   rehabilitation centers
• Eligible to take Elementary Algebra (MAT 101) or equivalent with a 2.0 or              •   schools
  higher or have completed Developmental Algebra (MAT 020)                               •   fitness centers
• Completed High School AP Biology (score of 3, 4, or 5) or a passing grade              •   home care settings
  in the Biology CLEP examination; or introduction to Biology or Anatomy
  & Physiology 1 with a grade of 2.0 or better (within 5 years of program
  entry)
• Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0
Department-Specific Requirements:
• Submit Physical Therapy practitioner observation form with essay (15 hour
  min. with documentation).
• Attendance at a pre-admission orientation (includes interview with Dept           Transfer Opportunities
  Chair; Problem solving activity and discussion). At this orientation,
  students will receive and sign off on information pertaining to health forms,            The A.A.S. degree is
  drug testing, and criminal record policies.                                            primarily intended to prepare
  Note: Admission to this program is selective. In addition to an application            students     for   immediate
to the College, students must apply for acceptance into this program through             employment: however, transfer
the Admissions office. Consideration for admission is based on the                       opportunities exist in some
completion of all mandatory academic and departmental-specific                           areas.
requirements, highest combination of CQPA and credits completed towards                    If a student plans to pursue a
the degree, Orange County residency and seat availability. All requirements              Physical Therapy doctorate
must be completed and an eligibility form must be submitted to the                       program, he or she should see
Admissions Office before February 1 in order for a student to be considered              the department chair or a
for acceptance into this program for the Fall semester. If seats remain                  faculty advisor as soon as
available after February 1, students will be assessed as they apply.                     possible.
Student Learning Outcomes
Students will:
• possess entry-level skills as determined by the Commission on
  Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education.
• be able to work under the direction and supervision of a licensed
  physical therapist in an ethical, legal, safe, and effective manner
  becoming an integral member of the healthcare team.
• demonstrate appropriate critical thinking and problem-solving skills in
  their role as a Physical Therapist Assistant.
• demonstrate an understanding of the New York State Education Law
  as it relates to the provision of Physical Therapy services.
• demonstrate an awareness of the existence of varying practice laws
  from state to state.
• successfully complete the National Physical Therapy Exam for PTAs.                Contact Information
• develop the skills necessary to pursue lifelong learning needed for                        Physical Therapist Assistant
  personal and professional growth.                                                             Department Chair
• be aware of their responsibility to promote the profession through                              (845) 341-4290
  membership in the APTA, attending local and national meetings and                             Admissions Office
  conferences, and participation in community events.                                             (845) 341-4030




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Radiologic Technology
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science
Accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) 20 N. Wacker Drive,
Chicago, IL 60606-2901 (312) 704-5300 in cooperation with the NYS Board of Health

Recommended Course Sequence                            Program Description
                                                         The Associate in Applied Science degree program in
  First Semester                      Credits          Radiologic Technology prepares students to apply to take
  BIO 111 Anatomy & Physiology 1            4          the Registry exam offered by the American Registry of
  EET 110 Computer Applications and                    Radiologic Technologists to become a radiographer. An
            Graphics                        3          essential member of the healthcare team, the radiographer
  RAD 101 Principles of Radiographic                   positions body parts accurately and manipulates
                                                       radiographic equipment to produce a quality diagnostic
            Exposure 1                      4
                                                       image with the least amount of radiation necessary.
  RAD 103 Introduction to Radiography       1
  RAD 105 Radiographic Positioning 1        4            The Radiologic Technology program is dedicated to
  RAD 107 Methods of Patient Care 1         2          providing each student with the educational activities
                                                       necessary to develop the required critical thinking and
  Second Semester                                      technical and interpersonal skills of the radiographer. The
  BIO 112 Anatomy & Physiology 2            4          highly skilled radiographer is educated in properly caring
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                3          for the patient’s needs during the radiographic examination,
  RAD 102 Principles of Radiographic                   manipulates radiographic and computerized equipment, as
            Exposure 2                      4          well as adheres to protocols in bedside, CT and operating
  RAD 104 Radiation Protection              1          room areas, selects technical factors and diagnostic
  RAD 106 Radiographic Positioning 2        4          parameters, instructs and assists the patient in order to
                                                       obtain the necessary positioning, demonstrates appropriate
  RAD 108 Methods of Patient Care 2         1
                                                       application of radiation safety principles of “time, distance
  RAD 111 Clinical Practicum 1              1          and shielding,” in order to protect the patient, self and
  First Summer Clinical                                others, exhibits care and accuracy in the administration,
  RAD 112 Clinical Practicum 2              2          preparation and disposal of drugs and contrast agents.
  Third Semester                                          Note: The Radiologic Technology program, as well as the
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                3          field of radiologic technology, is a rigorous one. Program
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness     1          standards are not altered for disabled students. The College
                                                       will make every effort to provide reasonable
  PSY 101 General Psychology 1              3
                                                       accommodations to students with disabling conditions.
  RAD 209 Radiographic Physics              4
  RAD 213 Clinical Practicum 3            1.5
  RAD 217 Radiographic Positioning 3        2          Admission Criteria
  RAD 221 Radiographic Pathology            3           Academic Requirements:
  Fourth Semester
                                                       • High school diploma or GED
  PES ____ Physical Education               1
                                                       • Eligible to take Freshman English I (ENG 101)
  PSY 102 General Psychology 2              3
  RAD 210 Quality Assurance                 1          • Eligible to take College Algebra (MAT 121), or have
  RAD 214 Clinical Practicum 4            1.5            completed Intermediate Algebra (MAT 102) or
  RAD 216 Advanced Imaging Modalities       3            equivalent with a 2.0 or higher
  RAD 218 Radiation Biology                 2          • Completed High School AP Biology (score of 3, 4, or 5)
  RAD 219 Medical Terminology               1            or a passing grade in the Biology CLEP examination; or
  Second Summer Clinical                                 introduction to Biology or Anatomy & Physiology 1 with
                                                         a grade of 2.0 or better (within 5 years of program entry)
  RAD 215 Clinical Practicum 5                 2
                                                       • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
                               Total Credits: 70




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                                                                              Radiologic Technology
                                                                        Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science




Department-Specific Requirements:                                               Career Opportunities
• Attendance at a pre-admission orientation. At this orientation,
                                                                                     • hospitals, clinics, medical
  students will receive and sign off on information pertaining to
                                                                                       imaging centers, doctors’
  technical standards, health forms, and criminal record policies.
                                                                                       offices, educational facilities
  Note: Admission to this program is selective. In addition to an                      and equipment
application to the College, students must apply for acceptance into                    manufacturers as:
this program through the Admissions office. Consideration for                        • radiographers and special
admission is based on the completion of all mandatory academic                         procedures technologists
and departmental-specific requirements, highest combination of                       • mammographers, CT
CQPA and credits completed towards the degree, Orange County                           technologists and MRI
residency and seat availability. All requirements must be                              technologists
completed and an eligibility form must be submitted to the
                                                                                     • nuclear medicine
Admissions Office before February 1 in order for a student to be
                                                                                       technologists, PET/CT
considered for acceptance into this program for the Fall semester.
                                                                                       technologists
  At the time prospective students submit their app;lications to                     • radiation therapists
the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and the New                        • sales personnel, educators,
York State Department of Health, they must make a statement                            clinical instructors and
about their conviction record, if any. If they would have to answer                    hospital administrators
"yes" to a question about a felony conviction, they should contact
the NYS Department of Health (518) 402-7580 AND The
American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (651) 687-0048.
Both of these agencies MUST be contacted to determine if
students will be eligible to sit for the certification exam and/or to
be licensed.
                                                                                Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                       The A.A.S. degree is
Student Learning Outcomes                                                            primarily intended to prepare
Students will:                                                                       students     for   immediate
                                                                                     employment: however, some
• demonstrate the ability to think critically when performing                        graduates have gone on to
  radiographic procedures.                                                           further study in radiation
• demonstrate the technical skills necessary to create quality                       therapy, nuclear medicine,
  radiographic images while applying radiation protection                            cardiac catheterization and
  practices.                                                                         education.
• effectively interact and communicate with the public, patients
  and members of the healthcare team.
• demonstrate the ability to properly care for patients.
• with speed and accuracy, meet these following technical
  standards:
  - place the patient in position, set the controls of the x-ray
    machine and evaluate the quality of the radiographic image.
  - provide patient instructions and respond to questions and
    requests in both routine and emergency situations.
  - transport and assist the patient, and to move the x-ray                     Contact Information
    machine and image receptor to the desired position,
    including operation of equipment in the surgical suite and at                          Diagnostic Imaging
    the patient’s bedside.                                                                 Department Chair
                                                                                             (845) 341-4277
                                                                                           Admissions Office
                                                                                             (845) 341-4030




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Teaching Assistant
Degree Awarded: Certificate
Meeting the educational requirements for permanent NYSED Teaching Assistant Certification

Recommended Course Sequence                                        Program Description
  Program Requirements               Credits                         The Teaching Assistant certificate program is designed to
                                                                   prepare teacher assistants and paraprofessionals at all public
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1               3                       school levels. Students will develop career skills in preparation
  PSY 101 General Psychology 1             3                       for New York State Teacher Assistant Licensure and
  PSY 221 Child Psychology                 3                       Certification. They will be introduced to career aptitudes and
  EDU 103 Intro to Early Childhood/                                skills necessary for educational and behavioral assistance in
           Childhood Education++           3                       New York State classrooms from preschool to high school.
  COM 101 Foundations of Communication     3                       The program will supply a basic educational foundation
  EDU 107 Mandated Training                1                       comprised of at least three SUNY General Education topics
  _______ Restricted Elective              3                       and at least one area of liberal arts and sciences, as well as
  _______ Restricted Elective              3                       specific educational courses which meet Federal and/or New
                                                                   York State requirements for Teaching Assistants. Educational
  _______ Restricted Elective              3
                                                                   courses may include Introduction to Education, Mandated
                                    Total: 25                      Training, and Foundations of Elementary School
  Restricted Elective Options                                      Mathematics. All courses are applicable toward an associate’s
    This program has been developed to include                     degree AND the Jointly Registered Teacher Education
  options matching the New York State Teaching                     Program (JRTEP).
  Certifications.
  Option 1: For students who do not wish to                        Admission Criteria
            follow a particular grade range.
                                                                      Admission to this program requires that students be high
  _____     SUNY General Education course* 3                       school graduates or have high school equivalency diplomas
  _____     SUNY General Education course* 3                       (GEDs). If students are not high school graduates, they
  _____     SUNY General Education course* 3                       may be eligible for admission to the College’s 24 Credit
  Option 2: Birth to 2nd Grades (Choose 3)                         Hour Program. If students are home schooled, they may be
                                                                   eligible for admission. (See pages 7 through 13 for more
  EDU 201 Observation and Assessment++                      3      details on the admission process for all applicants.)
  MAT 111 Foundations of Elementary
            School Mathematics                              3
  GEO 101 Elements of Physical Geography                    3
  HIS ____ SUNY GenEd (Category 4, 5, or 6)                 3
  Option 3: 1st to 6th Grades (Choose 3)
  GEO 101 Elements of Physical Geography                    3
  MAT 111 Foundations of Elementary
            School Math                                     3
  ______    SUNY General Ed. Course*                        3
  ______    SUNY General Ed. Course*                        3
  Option 4: 7th to 12th Grades
  EDU 103 Omit PSY 222
            Replaces PSY 221 in program reqs.               3
  GEO 101 Elements of Physical Geography                    3
  _______ SUNY General Education course*                    3
  _______ SUNY General Education course*                    3
  _______ SUNY General Education course*                    3
  ++Local daytime observations beyond college classroom are
    required. Students will be placed according to their
    employment/school needs.
  * Each elective must be chosen from the following SUNY
    General Education categories: Mathematics (GE1),
    Natural Sciences (GE2), American History (GE4),
    Western Civilization (GE5), Other World Civilizations
    (GE6), Humanities (GE7), Arts (GE8), or Foreign
    Languages (GE9), with at least ONE from either Category
    4, 5, or 6. Do not take more than one elective from the same
    category.

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                                                                              Teaching Assistant
                                                                                   Degree Awarded: Certificate




Certification Requirements                                                Career Opportunities
Federal Requirements under NCLB                                                Entry-level teaching assistant
• Currently employed TAs are “grandfathered” if they have a                    or paraprofessional in:
  Continuing Certificate AND are tenured.                                      • birth to second grade
• Currently employed TAs with a Continuing Certificate who are                 • first to sixth grade
  NOT tenured (Provisional Status) have until January 2006 to fulfill          • seventh to twelfth grade
  the NCLB requirements: passing grade on the NYSATAS exam
  OR complete two (2) years of college (48 credits) or earn an
  Associate’s Degree.
• All TAs hired after January 2002 must have a high school diploma
  AND a passing grade on the NYSATAS exam OR have
  completed two years of college (48 credits) OR earn an Associate’s
  Degree. This requirement must be met immediately if hired to
  work in a Title I or school-wide program.
New York State Requirements
                                                                          Transfer Opportunities
• Currently employed TAs are “grandfathered” if they have a
  Continuing Certificate, unless they choose to apply for a Level I,
                                                                                 All of the courses in the
  II or III Certificate under the new requirements. (In order to be
                                                                               Teaching Assistant Certificate
  “grandfathered”, a TA must have obtained a Continuing
                                                                               are applicable toward an
  Certificate by February 2004.)
                                                                               Associate in Arts and Associate
• All TAs hired after February 2004 must pass the NYSATAS exam                 in Sciences degree AND the
  AND complete 18 credits of college coursework within three years             Jointly Registered Teacher
  AND complete 75 hours of professional development every five                 Education Program.
  years.


Student Learning Outcomes

 Students will:
• exhibit critical thinking and problem solving skills.
• acquire a broad base knowledge in at least one area of liberal
  arts and sciences, and at least three SUNY General Education
  topics.
• understand the fundamentals of child development theories and
  their classroom applications.
• demonstrate relevant, creative, developmentally appropriate
  teaching techniques.
• communicate effectively in oral and written forms.



                                                                          Contact Information
                                                                                        Education
                                                                                     Department Chair
                                                                                      (845) 341-4482
                                                                                     Admissions Office
                                                                                      (845) 341-4030




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Visual Communications Technology: Graphic Arts/Printing
Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science



Recommended Course Sequence                                    Program Description
                                                               The Associate in Applied Science degree program in Visual
  First Semester                       Credits               Communications Technology: Graphic Arts/Printing prepares
  ENG 101 Freshman English 1                 3               graduates in all aspects of visual communications and graphic
  ______ Math or Liberal Arts Science        3               design. These include layout, production, typography, commercial
  ART 103 Drawing 1                          2               print processes, illustration and computer graphics for entry level
                                                             positions in graphic design, printing, publishing, desktop
  ART 107 Design 1                           3
                                                             publishing, advertising, marketing, presentation graphics, game
  ART 123 Vis. Com. & Graphic Design 1       3               design, animation, multimedia and communications. As a result, the
  EET 110 Computer Applications and                          program prepares students for successful portfolio reviews leading to
            Graphics                         3               acceptance into B.A. or B.F.A. programs
  PES 100 Concepts of Physical Wellness      1
                                                                Beginning with Visual Communications 1, students are introduced
  Second Semester                                            to Visual Communications theories, graphic design principles,
  ENG 102 Freshman English 2                            3    elements, typography, influential persons and contemporary digital
  ART 124 Vis. Com. & Graphic Design 2                  3    media. The curriculum offers sequential Visual Communications
  ART 104 Drawing 2                                     2    and Graphic Design courses, complemented by a broad offering of
  ART 108 Design 2                                      3    studio art and art history courses. After taking core courses in the
                                                             first year, the student selects a concentration area in either
  ART 128 History of Art 2                              3
                                                             Photography, Painting or Figure Drawing in the second year.
  ART 111 Color                                         2    Concurrently, the student completes the Visual Communications
  Third Semester                                             course sequence culminating with Viscom 4, the portfolio
  ______ Social Science Elective          3                  development course. Two Practicum courses offer the Viscom
  ART 223 Vis. Com. & Graphic Design 3    3                  student the opportunity to experience an internship with local
                                                             businesses or departments within the College.
  ART 113 Painting 1 or
  ART 117 Figure Drawing 1 or                                   Through an articulation agreement, qualified BOCES candidates
  ART 119 Photography 1 or                                   can enter the A.A.S. degree program, and receive credit for certain
  ART 121 Digital Photography 1 or                           first-year courses. After completing the program, students may
  ART 225 Web Design 1                  3/4                  either enter the workforce or transfer into a bachelor’s degree
                                                             program (see next page). Detailed course descriptions appear in the
  ART 203 Modern Art: The 20th Century    3
                                                             course description section of this catalog.
  ______ Restricted Elective*             3
  ART 230 Arts & Communication Practicum 2                     Please note that not all courses are offered in the evening.
  Fourth Semester
  ______ Social Science Elective                        3
  ______ Math or Liberal Arts Science                   3
  ART 224 Vis. Com. & Graphic Design 4                  2
  ART 114 Painting 2 or
  ART 118 Figure Drawing 2 or
  ART 120 Photography 2 or
  ART 122 Digital Photography 2 or
  ART 226 Web Design 2                                  3
  ______ Restricted Elective*                           3
  PES ___ Physical Education                            1
                                  Total Credits 66-67
  Students must complete a two-course sequence in
    Painting, Figure Drawing, Photography or Digital
    Photography for degree
  * Students select appropriate restricted electives based
    on their career goals after consultation with their
    academic advisor. Restricted Electives: ARC 101,
    ART 113, ART 114, ART 117, ART 118, ART 119,
    ART 120, ART 121, ART 122, ART 127, ART 201,
    ART 205,ART 207, ART 213, ART 214, ART 215,
    ART 225, ART 226, CAD 101, CIT 111, COM 101,
    COM 107, MKT 101, MKT 201

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                 Visual Communications Technology: Graphic Arts/Printing
                                                                       Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science




Student Learning Outcomes                                                      Career Opportunities
Students will:
                                                                                    • graphic design, advertising
• be prepared for entry level positions in visual communications                      design and marketing
  and/or placement in upper-level programs of study.                                • publishing, desktop
• know fundamental concepts and processes of visual                                   publishing and printing
  communications and graphic design.                                                • game design, web design,
• have a basic understanding of the visual communications industry                    animation and multimedia
  and career opportunities in the field of visual communications.                   • art direction, illustration,
• be proficient in industry standard technology including hardware                    digital photography and color
  and page layout, digital imaging, vector drawing, presentation and                  correction
  web design software.
• produce a portfolio appropriate for entry level roles in visual
  communications and/or continuing education in upper-level
  programs.

                                                                               Transfer Opportunities

                                                                                      Although the Associate in
                                                                                    Applied Science degree is designed
                                                                                    primarily as a professional degree,
                                                                                    many students do transfer to
                                                                                    baccalaureate programs at other
                                                                                    colleges. Many of the courses in
                                                                                    the program fulfill New York State
                                                                                    general education requirements
                                                                                    and thus are easily transferable
                                                                                    within the State University of
                                                                                    New York system. Presently
                                                                                    SUNY Orange has an articulation
                                                                                    agreement      with     Cazenovia
                                                                                    College.
                                                                                      Many other students have
                                                                                    successfully transferred to
                                                                                    • Fashion Institute of Technology
                                                                                    • SUNY Albany
                                                                                    • SUNY New Paltz
                                                                                    • SUNY Oneonta
                                                                                    • SUNY Purchase




                                                                               Contact Information
                                                                                       Arts and Communication
                                                                                          Department Chair
                                                                                            (845) 341-4787
                                                                                          Admissions Office
                                                                                            (845) 341-4030




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SUNY General Education Course Listing
  Any graduate of an A.A. or A.S. program (except              ECO 201      Macro - Economics
A.S. Engineering Science) transferring to a SUNY               ECO 202      Micro - Economics
institution must fulfill 7 of the following 10 categories.     GEO 102      Human Geography
                                                               POL 101      Introduction to Political Science
GE 1. MATHEMATICS                                              POL 102      U.S. Government–State & Local
 MAT 102 Intermediate Algebra                                  POL 220      Comparative Governments
 MAT 111 Foundations of Elementary School Math                 POL 221      International Relations
 MAT 113 Math for the Liberal Arts                             PSY 101      General Psychology 1
 MAT 114 Contemporary Math                                     SOC 101      Introduction to Sociology
 MAT 121 College Algebra                                       SOC 202      American Society: Order & Change
 MAT 122 College Trigonometry
 MAT 125 Introduction to Statistics                          GE 4. AMERICAN HISTORY
 MAT 131 Pre-Calculus                                         HIS 101   U.S. History to 1865
 MAT 205 Calculus 1                                           HIS 102   U.S. History since 1865
                                                              HIS 103   History of African Americans*
GE 2. NATURAL SCIENCES                                       *only for students scoring 85 or above on NYS American History
 Biology                                                     Regents
 BIO 101      General Biology 1                                POL 103      U.S. Government - National
 BIO 102      General Biology 2
 BIO 110      Introduction to Biology                        GE 5. WESTERN CIVILIZATION
 BIO 141      Diversity of Life                               HIS 130   The Greek & Roman World
 BIO 143      Field Biology                                   HIS 131   Medieval & Renaissance Europe
 BIO 148      Environmental Conservation                      HIS 132   The Age of Revolutions
 BIO 201      Genetics                                        HIS 133   Modern Europe
 BIO 204      General Botany
 BIO 205      General Ecology                                GE 6. OTHER/WORLD CIVILIZATIONS
 BIO 210      Study of Biological Habitats                    HIS 121   World History to 1500
 Laboratory Technology                                        HIS 122   World History since 1500
 MLT 209 General Microbiology                                 HIS 123   Latin American Heritage & Hist.
 Chemistry                                                    HIS 124   Africa: Past & Present
 CHM 103 Applied Chemistry 1                                  HIS 220   Modern China & Japan
 CHM 104 Applied Chemistry 2                                  HIS 221   Modern India & Southeast Asia
 CHM 105 General Chemistry 1                                  HIS 222   The Middle East
 CHM 106 General Chemistry 2
 CHM 201 Organic Chemistry 1                                 GE 7. HUMANITIES
 CHM 202 Organic Chemistry 2                                  ENG 102 Freshman English 2
 Physical Sciences                                            ENG 120 Introduction to Mythology
 AST 120      Astronomy                                       ENG 203 World Literature: Ancient
 CHM 120 Elements of Chemistry & Physics                               through Renaissance
 GLG 110 Physical Geology                                     ENG 204 World Literature:Enlightenment
 GLG 112 Historical Geology                                            through Modern Age
 PSC 125      Physical Science/Physical World                 ENG 205 Drama: Ibsen-O'Neill
 PSC 140      Physical Science/The Environment                ENG 206 Drama: Contemporary
 Physics                                                      ENG 207 English Literature:14th-18th Centuries
 PHY 101 General Physics 1                                    ENG 208 English Literature: 19th-20th Centuries
 PHY 102 General Physics 2                                    ENG 209 American Literature: To the Civil War
 PHY 103 Physics for Science & Engineering 1                  ENG 210 American Literature: 1865 to the Present
 PHY 104 Physics for Science & Engineering 2                  ENG 213 Journalism: Survey of Mass Media
 PHY 105 General Physics & Calculus 1                         ENG 215 Shakespeare
 PHY 106 General Physics & Calculus 2                         ENG 216 Children's Literature
 PHY 108 Acoustic                                             ENG 217 Film & Literature
 PHY 111 Applied Physics 1                                    ENG 220 Women Writers
 PHY 112 Applied Physics 2                                    ENG 221 Contemporary Short Story
 PHY 203 Physics for Science & Engineering 3                  ENG 222 Contemporary Novel
 PHY 204 Physics for Science & Engineering 4                  ENG 223 Contemporary Poetry
                                                              ENG 225 International Literature: Non-European
GE 3. SOCIAL SCIENCES                                         ENG 226 Fantasy Fiction
 ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology                                ENG 230 African - American Literature
 ANT 102 Human Evolution                                      ENG 297 Special Studies in Literature: Science
 ANT 103 Archeology and Prehistory                                     Fiction


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                                                  SUNY General Education Course Listing
 ART 127     History of Western Art 1                    MUS 153 Madrigal Singers
 ART 128     History of Western Art 2                    MUS 155 Orchestra
 ART 201     American Art 1700 - 1945                    MUS 157 Chamber Ensemble
 ART 203     Modern Art - the 20th Century               MUS 159 Band
 ART 205     Women in Art History                        MUS 161 Jazz Ensemble
 ART 207     Non-Western Art History                     MUS 163 Jazz Improvisation 1
 MUS 103     History of Western Music to 1750            MUS 164 Jazz Improvisation 2
 MUS 104     History of Western Music from 1750          MUS 170-77 Private Instruction
 MUS 105     History of Jazz                             MUS 223 Advanced Musicianship 1
 MUS 107     History of Rock Music                       MUS 224 Advanced Musicianship 2
 PHL 111     Old Testament                               MUS 226 Elements of Arranging
 PHL 112     New Testament                               MUS 231 Intermediate Piano 1
 PHL 210     Philosophy                                  MUS 232 Intermediate Piano 2
 PHL 220     Ethics                                      MUS 233 Advanced Piano 1
 PHL 230     Religious Concepts                          MUS 234 Advanced Piano 2
                                                         THE 101 Introduction to Theater
GE 8. ARTS                                               THE 103 Acting Fundamentals
 ART 101     Introduction to Art                         THE 107 Theater Workshop
 ART 103     Drawing 1                                   THE 109 Stage Make-Up
 ART 104     Drawing 2                                   THE 111 Stage Movement
 ART 107     Design 1                                    THE 113 Intro to Technical Production
 ART 108     Design 2                                    THE 115 Performing Arts Seminar
 ART 111     Color                                     Note: Arts courses must be combined with other one and two credit
 ART 113     Painting 1                                courses for a total of three.
 ART 114     Painting 2
 ART 117     Figure Drawing 1                          GE 9. FOREIGN LANGUAGE
 ART 118     Figure Drawing 2                           FRE 101   Elementary French 1
 ART 119     Photography 1                              FRE 102   Elementary French 2
 ART 120     Photography 2                              FRE 201   Intermediate French 1
 ART 121      Digital Photography 1                     FRE 202   Intermediate French 2
 ART 122     Digital Photography 2                      FRE 203   Advanced French 1
 ART 123     VisCom & Graphic Design 1                  FRE 204   Advanced French 2
 ART 124     VisCom & Graphic Design 2                  GRM 101 Elementary German 1
 ART 213     Painting 3                                 GRM 102 Elementary German 2
 ART 214     Painting 4                                 ITA 101   Elementary Italian 1
 ART 215     Portrait Painting                          ITA 102   Elementary Italian 2
 ART 223     VisCom & Graphic Design 3                  SPN 101   Elementary Spanish 1
 ART 224     VisCom & Graphic Design 4                  SPN 102   Elementary Spanish 2
 ART 230     Arts and Communication Practicum           SPN 201   Intermediate Spanish 1
 COM 103     Speaking Voice                             SPN 202   Intermediate Spanish 2
 COM 107     Television Production 1                    SPN 203   Spanish Conversation & Comp.
 COM 108     Television Production 2                    SPN 204   Introduction to Spanish Lit.
 COM 201     Oral Interpretation
 COM 209     Debate                                    GE 10. BASIC COMMUNICATIONS
 DNC 101     Modern Dance 1                             ENG 101 Freshman English 1 and
 DNC 102     Modern Dance 2                             COM 101 Foundations of Communication
 DNC 201     Advanced Dance 1
 DNC 202     Advanced Dance 2                          Note: Courses that are a part of the College's General Education
 ENG 211     Creative Writing: Fiction                 requirement and which are followed by an H are Honors sections of
 ENG 212     Creative Writing: Poetry                  regular courses. As such, they are enriched versions of courses that
 MUS 101     Introduction to Music                     already meet the SUNY General Education requirement.
 MUS 113     Introduction to Orchestra
 MUS 121     Fundamentals of Music
 MUS 123     Basic Musicianship 1
 MUS 124     Basic Musicianship 2
 MUS 131     Elementary Piano 1
 MUS 132     Elementary Piano 2
 MUS 141     Group Voice 1
 MUS 142     Group Voice 2
 MUS 151     Chorus


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Guide for Social Science Requirement
 GUIDE FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE REQUIREMENT
 12 Credits of Social Science - select one course from group A, B, C and D
 Categories A - D must include at least one SUNY Social Science (GE3) and one SUNY History (GE4, GE5, or GE6)
      course.


 A. Economics, United States History, or United States Government
     ECO 201       Macro-Economics (GE3)                     HIS 103         History of African Americans (GE4*)
      ECO 202         Micro-Economics (GE3)                     POL 102      U.S. Government-State & Local (GE3)
      ECO 203         Economic Development+                     POL 103      U.S. Government- National (GE4)
      HIS 101         U.S. History to 1865 (GE4)
      HIS 102         U.S. History Since 1865 (GE4)
 B. Psychology
      PSY 100         Psych. of Adjustment                     PSY 222       Psychology of Adolescence+
      PSY 101         General Psychology 1 (GE3)               PSY 223       Psych. of Adulthood & Aging+
      PSY 102         General Psychology 2+                    PSY 230       Abnormal Psychology+
      PSY 220         Developmental Psychology+                PSY 240       Social Psychology+
      PSY 221         Child Psychology+


 C. Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Human Geography, or Sociology
     ANT 101       Cultural & Social Anthropology (GE3)     CRJ 111          Criminology
       ANT 102        Human Evolution (GE3)                    GEO 102       Human Geography (GE3)
       ANT 103        Archaeology & Prehistory (GE3)           SOC 101       Introduction to Sociology (GE3)
       CRJ 101        Criminal Justice                         SOC 120       Social Problems
       CRJ 103        Understand. Juvenile Offender            SOC 231       The Family+
       CRJ 105        Policy-Community Relations


 D. History other than U.S., Comparative Government, or International Relations
     HIS 105        Science, Technology & Society            HIS 133       Modern Europe (GE5)
      HIS 121        World History to 1500AD (GE6)             HIS 220       Modern China & Japan (GE6)
      HIS 122        World History since 1500AD (GE6)          HIS 221       Modern India & Southeast Asia (GE6)
      HIS 123        Latin American Heritage/History (GE6)     HIS 222       The Middle East (GE6)
      HIS 124        Africa: Past and Present (GE6)            POL 101       Intro to Political Science (GE3)
      HIS 130        The Greek & Roman World (GE5)             POL 220       Comparative Government (GE3)
      HIS 131        Medieval & Renaissance Europe (GE5)       POL 221       International Relations (GE3)
      HIS 132        The Age of Revolution (GE5)


 * Only for students scoring 85 or above on NYS American History Regents
 + these courses have a prerequisite




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                                                                      Non-SUNY Elective Categories
  The following list is intended to provide guidance in selecting courses that must fall within specific categories to meet
degree requirements. This list is not to be confused with degree requirements that state a specific SUNY General
Education course must be taken. For example, if your degree requires you to take a SUNY Math, SUNY Social Science,
etc., you must follow the SUNY General Education course listing.
   Also, if you are pursuing the A.A. Liberal Arts degree, the Social Science requirements are restricted to those courses
listed within specific (A-D) categories.
  Note: When just a department is noted as meeting the requirement (for example ACC) and there is no number after
this designation, this means that all course numbers preceded by ACC meet the requirement.
  Social Science Elective
 ANT (except ANT 220), CRJ 101, CRJ 103, CRJ 105, CRJ 109, CRJ 111, ECO, GEO 102, HIS (except HIS 104),
POL, PSY, SOC
  Math Elective
  Any MAT or CSC courses.
  Business Elective
  ACC, BUS, MGT, MKT, OFT
  Liberal Arts Science
  AST, BIO, CHM, GEO 101, GLG, MLT 101, MLT 110, MLT 209, PHY, PSC
  Liberal Arts Elective
  ANT (Except ANT 220), ARC 215, ARC 216, ART, AST, BIO, BUS 105, CHM, CCS 100, CCS 101, CIT 100, COM,
CSC, CRJ 101, CRJ 103, CRJ 105, CRJ 109, CRJ 111, ECO, EDU 207, ENG, FLD, FRE, GEO, GLG, HIS, HON,
HMS 101, ITA, MAT, MLT 101, MLT 110, MLT 209, MUS, PHL, PED 111, PED 112, PSC, PHY, POL, PSY, SOC,
SPN, THE
  General Elective
  Any course except PES courses.


  Developmental courses are not applicable toward any degree program.




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